Clean Air Express COVID-19 Update

To better serve essential employees, the Clean Air Express service is expanding service with additional trips from both Lompoc and Santa Maria/Buellton to Goleta and Santa Barbara beginning tomorrow, Wednesday, March 25. See below for details regarding the additional service.
We remind all Clean Air Express customers to please travel only if absolutely necessary.  All customers boarding Clean Air Express vehicles are required to follow proper social distancing practices and maintain six feet of distance from the closest passenger while seated.
The best source for current Clean Air Express service information is the Clean Air Express website, . Please be sure is marked as a safe sender to ensure you receive Clean Air Express email communication.
Thank you for commuting on the Clean Air Express and your understanding during these times.
Scott Spaulding
Rail and Transit Service Director
Santa Barbara County Association of Governments
Expanding Limited Service
Beginning Wednesday, March 25, 2020, additional trips from Lompoc to Goleta and Santa Barbara will begin, as well as one additional trip between Santa Maria and Goleta. Please view the expanded routes and times at the links below. We will continue to re-evaluate demand for service daily and inform you of any service changes. 
Reminder: Increased Cleaning
In response to COVID-19, the Clean Air Express is following the guidance from the  Centers for Disease Control (CDC) , and the  Santa Barbara County Public Health Department (SBCPHD) .

Enhanced Cleaning:  The frequency of cleaning fleet vehicles has increased, including daily disinfection of all high-touch surfaces.

Reinforcing Smart Health Practices:  Our drivers are receiving regular reminders regarding best practices to prevent communicable diseases.

Increasing Availability of Antibacterial Products : We are working to make antibacterial hand sanitizer available for customers as they board the bus.
We encourage all commuters to monitor the situation at the County of Santa Barbara Public Health Information Portal. | | (805) 692-1902