Sonoma County Transit will operate its “Fare-Free” Route 24, the Sebastopol Shuttle, on its weekday schedule on Saturday/Sunday, August 11 & 12 to provide a transit option for those attending the Gravenstein Apple Fair at Ragle Ranch Park.
For trip planning assistance, please contact Sonoma County Transit information at 576-7433.
Route 29 operates two segments:
Route 29A originates at Coddingtown, then serves the Santa Rosa Transit Mall, the Sebastopol Downtown Transit Hub, town of Bodega, Doran Park and The Tides. See schedule Route 29A for bus stop locations. http://sctransit.com/maps-schedules/route-29a/
Route 29B originates in Guerneville and then serves Monte Rio, Duncans Mills, Jenner, Portuguese Beach, Salmon Creek, The Tides and Doran Park. See schedule for Route 29B bus stop locations. http://sctransit.com/maps-schedules/route-29b/
For trip planning assistance, please contract Sonoma County Transit information at 707-576-7433.
The Sebastopol City Council voted unanimously on May 15 to subsidize fares for all riders on Route 24, The Sebastopol Shuttle, through June 30, 2019. The “Fare-Free” program went into effect on Monday, June 4 to coincide with the introduction of a new weekday schedule that expands afternoon service to 6:37pm. With the new schedule, the route serves two new stops on McKinley Street and provides access to The Barlow, Community Market, Taylor Made Coffee and the Rialto Theatre.