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Listed below are the fixed-route transit agencies in San Luis Obispo County. If you’re unsure which transit schedule you need, plan your trip online.
Regional Transit Authority (RTA):
RTA serves San Lui ..more
Rideshare can help you get to and from class without the costs and hassle of driving solo. Avoid the costs of parking permits, tickets, gas and the time it takes you to find a place to park by taking the bus, carpooling or riding your bike.
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At this time, Rideshare can only offer transportation assistance to those traveling within SLO County. If you need to travel outside of the county, it is best to contact your care provider to determine the best possible solution for your needs. ..more
Rideshare doesn’t operate any vehicles, but we can help get you the information you need to get you the right transportation to your appointment. Our Mobility Management Program can help d ..more
It depends on the needs of you and your child. Use the 511 mapping tool on the our homepage to help plan a bus route! ..more
Shuttles, Dial-A-Rides and Runabout help fill the gap between transit and your destination. They also provide curb-to-curb service, ideal for those with limited mobility. There are several types of door-to-door service in San Luis Obispo County; some run ..more
Bus passes can be purchased online and mailed to your home. You can purchase a pass on our website. Regular pass outlet locations can also be found at the bottom of the Purchase Your Pass page. ..more
During weekdays, buses run every 30-60 minutes depending on the location. ..more
There are five fixed route operators in our region. Visit our Bus Schedules & Route Maps page to learn which bus you should take or use the 511 Trip ..more
Getting there together.
October 1-5, 2018
Did you know..? More than 75% of commuters cho ..more