The town of Windsor, with a population of 27,031, is located in northern Sonoma County approximately 10 miles north of Santa Rosa.
Sonoma County Transit provides local transit service in Windsor via Route 66, the Windsor Shuttle. The Shuttle operates on weekdays between the hours of 8:00am and 4:58pm on weekdays and 9:35am and 3:27pm on Saturday. The route terminus is the Windsor Depot (Windsor Road and Windsor River Road) in the Town Green area. The route serves the Shiloh Center (Walmart) Raley’s Shopping and north and south Windsor.
The Windsor Shuttle is free for all riders under Sonoma County Transit’s “Fare-Free” program. The Windsor Shuttle’s “Fare-Free” program is subsidized by the Town of Windsor.
In addition to local service, Sonoma County Transit’s Route 60 provides intercity service that connects Windsor with Healdsburg and Cloverdale to the north, and downtown Santa Rosa to the south. In downtown Santa Rosa (Third Street Transit Mall), transfers to other Sonoma County Transit Routes, local Santa Rosa CityBus services and regional services provided by Golden Gate Transit can be made. Route 60 operates daily.
Fares on Route 60 are zone-based and vary between $1.50 & $3.00 for adults, $1.25 to $2.75 youth and $0.75 to $1.50 for seniors.
Enjoy Summer Nights on the Green without the parking worries. Park at the Windsor High School or the Windsor Middle School and take a direct Route 66x free shuttle to the Town Green. With the exception of July, 4, shuttle buses will serve the two off-site parking areas on Thursday evenings through September 5th. The shuttles begin operation at the schools at 5:00pm and operate every 15 minutes until 8:45pm.
Initially, SMART will operate between its Airport Blvd. station (north Santa Rosa) and its southern terminus in downtown San Rafael. Coinciding with SMART’s start-up, Sonoma County Transit will introduce Route 56 which will operate daily and provide two “Connector” trips in the morning and two trips in the evening coordinated with southbound trains in the morning and northbound trains in the evening. Route 56 is a limited stop/express route that will link the Cloverdale Depot, Healdsburg Depot and Windsor Depot with SMART’s Airport Blvd. station.
Route 56 passengers who use the regional Clipper fare payment card and transfer to/from a SMART train are not charged a fare on Route 56. Passengers who are not transferring to/from a SMART train are required to pay the same fare as referenced above for Route 60.
Sonoma County Paratransit provides paratransit services, in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, during the same hours and days as Sonoma County Transit’s fixed-route service. In Healdsburg, local and intercity paratransit services are provided.
For more information on ADA paratransit services and Sonoma County Paratransit contact Sonoma County Transit’s ADA paratransit coordinator at 707-585-7516.
In addition to cash fares, Sonoma County Transit provides several transit pass options, including the regional “Clipper” card. The Clipper card is the primary fare media on SMART.