The “Carnival of the City” is a fun ride that brings together the city’s biggest and best, according to the city of Santa Barbara, Calif., in its latest bus schedule.
The schedule was released to the press on Tuesday.
According to the Santa Barbara Independent School District, a school district in the Central Valley, more than 1,400 people ride the bus every day.
Bus schedules are published every four months by the district and include information on fare, schedules, fares to and from bus stops, schedules for other buses, bus schedules for local businesses, routes to and stops at schools, bus stops in the neighborhoods, and bus routes to school.
“The schedule is designed to help riders understand the best ways to get to and through Santa Barbara to reach their destinations safely, efficiently, and economically,” said the Santa Barbara City Schools Department of Transportation and Communications, in a statement to the Press.
“The schedule gives riders the opportunity to be informed of when and where to board, and to plan a route for when and how they will arrive at their destinations.”
“In the spirit of Carnival of the South, we wanted to provide a schedule that reflects the diversity of Santa Cruz and the surrounding areas,” said the district.
“We also wanted to create an opportunity for people of all ages and abilities to be able to experience the joys of the festival on a bus.”
The Santa Barbara bus schedule is based on the 2016 and 2017 Carnival of South, which featured over 2 million attendees.
The 2017 festival, which took place in South America, was attended by over 11 million people.
The bus schedule will feature a more diverse range of riders, according the district’s statement.
In 2017, the Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds in Santa Cruz hosted a carnival bus tour.
“Santa Barbara is a very diverse city, and the district is committed to providing a fair and equitable transportation system that works for everyone, including families with children,” the Santa Maria-based Santa Maria Unified School District said in a release.
According to the district, buses run every 20 minutes and arrive every 30 minutes.
They run between 6 a.m. and 8 a.k. and stop at most 25 different stops.
The schedule does not include information about bus service, bus stop locations, schedules or fares.