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Web button for SBMTD.gov


MTD_GFIPass2011_proof4.pdf

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New bus tickets for MTD’s new machines MTD_2010ED36x35_001nxn.pdf

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Large exterior bus ads for MTD. MTD_ED36x24_002nxn.pdf

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Route List - Lista de rutas

See center insert map for help finding your route. Para encontrar su ruta, consulte el mapa del inserto central. Page

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Eastside

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Mesa/La Cumbre

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Transit Center • Anapamu • Santa Barbara High School • Milpas • Salinas

Transit Center • Cottage Hospital • Samarkand • La Cumbre

Transit Center • Carrillo • Cliff Drive • City College

Transit Center • City College • Hidden Valley • La Cumbre

State/Hollister/Goleta

Transit Center • La Cumbre • Downtown Goleta • Camino Real Marketplace

Calle Real

Transit Center • La Cumbre • Sansum Clinic • County Health • Turnpike

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Transit Center • La Cumbre • Downtown Goleta • Airport • UCSB

Goleta Express

Transit Center • Downtown Goleta • Camino Real Marketplace

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Transit Center • Milpas • Coast Village • East Valley • Sheffield • San Ysidro

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Mesa • Carrillo Hill • UCSB • SBCC

Transit Center • San Pascual • City College

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Carpinteria Express

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Transit Center • Milpas • Montecito • Summerland • Carpinteria

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Transit Center • Old Mission • Museum of Natural History • Botanic Garden

Old Mission

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Winchester Canyon

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Schedule Guide Covers and interior ads for MTD.

Commuter Lot Shuttle

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Crosstown Shuttle

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Carrillo Parking Lot • Carrillo St • Santa Barbara St • Figueroa St • Castillo St

Mountain • Micheltorena • Anacapa • Milpas • Franklin Center • Soledad • Cota • Chapala • Transit Center

Calle Real Center • Fairview Center • Goleta Valley Community Center

Valley Express

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SCHEDULE GUIDE Effective August 24, 2009

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Schedules are also posted at

www.sbmtd.gov For further assistance, call customer service at

(805) 963-3366

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Your MTD in the 1970’s After the 1960’s, the country changed in many (and some groovy) ways, and Santa Barbara MTD changed right along with it. In 1969, the first official year of the Santa Barbara Metropolitan Transit District, MTD had a fleet of 12 buses and 19 employees, serving 1.2 million passengers in one year. Today, the MTD fleet of buses (diesel and hybrid) and electric shuttles numbers 103, with more than 200 employees, and 8.3 million passengers served this year! Remember the 70’s and the energy crises? MTD stood by, ready to help locals out of their cars and onto buses, for work, school, shopping, or any other transit needs. In 1974, MTD’s Transit Center at 1020 Chapala opened, to provide passenger information, sell passes to riders, and to act as a “hub” for the different bus routes. More than 10,000 passengers use this facility every day. Watch the Transit Center (affectionately known as “the TC”) for updates and changes this coming year.

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In this, the first decade following the effective end of the Cold War, the country seemed caught between the serious (the dissolution of the Soviet Union) and the frivolous (“The Rachel” a hairstyle craze from a popular sitcom – not that there’s anything wrong with that).Your MTD continued to move forward, serving our community. The World Wide Web became publicly available, causing explosive growth on the Internet. In response, MTD launched its official website: www.sbmtd.gov. Here, passengers can click to check the entire schedule guide, find hours of operation for the TC and the business office, follow along with the MTD Board of Directors, via the posted agenda and minutes – even apply for a job at MTD! Keep an eye on the website, for upcoming changes. The 1990’s could also be called “The Electric Years.” Your MTD is a pioneer in modern electric bus technology, with the introduction of the Downtown Waterfront Shuttle (still only 25¢). Serving locals and tourists alike on State Street and the Waterfront, this plucky little shuttle has become a beloved symbol of Santa Barbara, carrying as many as one million passengers in a year. Climb aboard the Shuttle at one of nearly 50 stops along State Street or Cabrillo Boulevard, to check out dining options, Stearns Wharf, movies, the Zoo, or many unique-to-Santa Barbara shops.

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Your MTD in the 1980’s The 1980’s were a decade of tremendous population growth around the world, and of course, in Santa Barbara. MTD saw ridership soar in that decade to 5.8 million passengers by 1989. This decade saw a revival of capitalism, and consumers became more sophisticated in their tastes. MTD continued to serve the community, with routes throughout the city, to UCSB, SB City College and across the town. Remember “Greed is good”? During most of the 1980’s, a bus fare cost only 50 cents! Although a time of uncertainty for Americans in many ways, Santa Barbara continued to thrive and change. The Paseo Nuevo mall began construction, opening in 1990 and quickly becoming a focal point of the downtown shopping experience – an urban mall that exists in complete harmony with its historic setting.

Your MTD in the 2000’s The first decade in the 21st century was marked by a kind of cultural escapism – and what better place to do that than in beautiful Santa Barbara? With the inconvenient truth of global warming rapidly become more and more evident, Santa Barbara continues to be on the forefront of the green movement. In fact, our city is credited with being the birthplace of the environmental movement. Urban legend or not, the first Earth Day was celebrated here in 1970, and continues to be a favorite festival among locals. The MTD fleet of biodiesel-electric hybrids hit the road in 2008. They reduce emissions up to 50%, increase fuel economy, and are quieter than traditional diesel buses. Of course, the best day to ride MTD buses is on Earth Day – everyone rides free! That cell phone in your hand became smaller, cheaper and more advanced, in the 2000’s. With cameras, GPS, music players, TV streaming and even internet capabilities, your cell phone is rapidly becoming the one item you can’t leave home without. Your MTD, once again responding to your on-the-go lifestyle, is working on the fastest and most efficient way to get information to you, via your phone – by texting! Soon, MTD will be able to text info such as road closures or delays, directly to your cell phone.

1969 – 2009: Your MTD for Forty Years

The 1970’s were a very interesting decade as women stepped forward to take a more prominent role in society. MTD embraced this movement in 1974 by hiring our first female bus driver: Sherrie Fisher, pictured above. This year, Sherrie celebrates her 35th anniversary, now as your MTD General Manager!


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Beer labels for the Brewhouse in Santa Barbara.

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DWS_Int_Final.pdf

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Large interior bus ad.

Email campaign for Channel Islands.


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Metal signage.


This particular project for Winehound was a 48 page Wine Tasting Catalog, as well as an order form and ticket design.


MTD_RideMTD_0402Final.pdf

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MTD_NEXTmag_FINAL.pdf

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Print work.

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baby needs

toddler wants

our fall shipments are arriving!

jumpers, dresses & pants from anthem of the ants

For botanik, I came up with an idea to feature products every friday. I photograph and edit selected products, design the layout and come up with the verbiage. For amelia jane, we send out emails to let people know about the new products that are received.

shoes from livie & luca

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much much more

available at

amelia jane

2325 Lillie Ave. Summerland, CA

805.565.7766



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