Senior and Disabled Dial-A-Ride

Senior & Disabled Rides

COVID-19 Update: 3/17/20

There are currently no changes to the Westlake Village Dial-A-Ride service. If patrons do not have prepaid DAR tickets, they will need to pay in cash. Westlake Village City Hall and the Thousand Oaks Transit Center are currently closed, therefore no new DAR cards or prepaid tickets are being issued at this time.

For more information please contact City Hall at (818) 706-1613 or (805) 375-5467 to schedule a ride. Thank you.

The City of Westlake Village contracts directly with the City of Thousand Oaks for senior and disabled Dial-A-Ride Services. Please watch a video about the program.

Call 805-375-5467 to schedule a ride.

The $4.00 fare is effective January 6, 2020. 

If you have $3.00 fare tickets that you have not used prior to this date, your tickets are still good, but you will need to pay the additional fare in cash. 

All riders are required to pick up a free Dial-A-Ride identification card at the City Hall.


Riders may use the DAR service on December 24 and 31, however, only by making advanced reservations on the 23 or 30. Hours will be limited to 8:00 am - 6:00 pm for both DAR and Thousand Oaks Transit vehicles. Both systems are closed on Thanksgiving Day, December 25 and January 1.

Rider Qualifications

The minimum age requirement for rides on the senior Dial-A-Ride program is 65 years of age. Senior Dial-A-Ride users must obtain a free Senior Dial-A-Ride card from Westlake Village City Hall.

Disabled Dial-A-Ride users must obtain a free Disabled Dial-A-Ride card from Westlake Village City Hall.

Westlake Village riders may ride to locations throughout Westlake Village, Thousand Oaks, Agoura Hills, and Oak Park. Obtaining the card also allows the user free rides on the Thousand Oaks Transit Bus system.



5 a.m. - 8 p.m.


8 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Download an application for a Senior DAR Identification card

Download an application for a Disabled DAR Identification card

Click here to visit the Thousand Oaks Transit site.