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What transportation programs does the City provide for its residents?
The city provides three very important transportation services, as described below:

1. Senior Citizen/Disabled Dial-A-Ride: This is a general dial-a-ride service for residents over the ages of 65 years or for those unable to drive due to a disability. Rides are $3.00 one way to all locations within Westlake Village, Thousand Oaks, and designated stops in Agoura Hills. Riders must pick up a free dial-a-ride identification card to City Hall prior to first use. Please call 818-707-2900 to arrange for service.

2. Westlake Village Transit: This is a fixed-route system designed primarily around the schedules of White Oak Elementary, St. Jude School, Lindero Canyon Middle School, and Agoura High School. Annual bus passes, may be purchased at City Hall or individual one-way rides may be purchased for $2.00 at the time of the ride.

3. The Village Trolley is a free transportation service on Friday and Saturday evenings during the summer and winter holiday season. The trolley visits stops around the City and does hour long loops with a hop-on and hop-off format.

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1. What transportation programs does the City provide for its residents?