Fare Zone Map
|Between 2 Zones||$2.10||$1.85||$1.05|
|Across 3 Zones||$3.00||$2.75||$1.50|
|Across 4 Zones||$3.90||$3.65||$1.95|
|Across 5 zones||$4.80||$4.55||$2.40|
Your fare will depend on the number of zones through which you travel, and which category of rider you are. A trip from Santa Rosa to Petaluma on Route 44 or Route 48 is a 2 zone trip. Fares on routes described as “local” service require a local (1-zone) fare. Tranfers are valid for three hours. See below for additional information on transfer fares.
Zone Map Legend
- Zone 1 - Santa Rosa
- Zone 2 - Windsor/Healdsburg
- Zone 3 - Sebastopol/Forestville
- Zone 4 - Rohnert Park/Cotati/Petaluma
- Zone 5 - Kenwood/Glen Ellen
- Zone 6 - Russian River/Coast
- Zone 7 - Sonoma Valley
- Zone 8 - Geyserville/Cloverdale
Once you’ve paid to board one Sonoma County Transit bus, you can transfer to any other bus we run for free for up to three hours of a one-way trip. When you board the first bus, pay its full fare, state your destination and ask the driver for a transfer slip. If you have a valid transfer from a one-zone trip, you can upgrade it to a multi-zone transfer.
|First upgrade from one zone to two zones:|
|Seniors/Disabled/Medicare card holders||30¢|
|For additional zones :|
|Seniors/Disabled/Medicare card holders||45¢|
Patrons transferring from Santa Rosa CityBus routes to Sonoma County Transit routes shall receive a discounted fare for rides on Sonoma County Transit routes regardless of the method of fare payment. The entire journey (timed from the last Santa Rosa CityBus tag-on to the tag-off on Sonoma County Transit) must occur within one hundred and eighty (180) minutes in order to receive the discount.
Transfers from other operators are worth:
|Seniors/Disabled/Medicare card holders||75¢|