A baby bus will be on display for the first time at the city’s first baby bus event, which is being hosted by Santa Ana City Council members.
Organizers say the event will help build a relationship with Santa Ana residents and encourage them to share their concerns about the bus, which has been running since November.
The event will be held at the Santa Ana Public Library on Tuesday, Dec. 1 from 7 to 9 p.m. and will feature the Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors as a speaker.
Buses are a popular transportation option for Santa Ana, where many of the county’s residents are traveling by bus.
They’re popular with children because they don’t require a seat, and many families prefer to take them with them when they leave the home for the holidays.
More than 70,000 Santa Ana drivers have been on the road in 2017, according to the Santa Clarita Chamber of Commerce.
The bus, though, is considered a luxury vehicle that is more expensive to maintain than traditional buses.
The city council voted to create a committee to examine the issue of whether to continue operating the bus.
The city council will hold a public hearing on that committee’s recommendations at 7 p.s.m., Dec. 2 at the public library.