Last Updated: 3:30 pm — August 21, 2019
This alert affects the following: Route 66
Enjoy Summer Nights on the Green without the parking worries. Park at the Windsor High School and take a direct shuttle to the Town Green. The shuttle operates on Thursday evenings through September 5th. The shuttle begins operation at 5:00pm and operates every 15 minutes until 8:45pm.
Shuttle service between the Town Green and the Middle School has concluded for the season.
Last Updated: 3:24 pm — August 12, 2019
This alert affects the following: Route 10, Route-12, Route-14
Sonoma County Transit introduced revised schedules on the Rts. 10, 12 and 14 effective Tuesday, August 13, 2019 for Rancho Cotati High School. The revisions reflect changes necessary to better coordinate with school bell times. To view the new schedule, click the link below:
For trip planning assistance, contact Sonoma County Transit information at 800-345-7433 or visit sctransit.com.
Last Updated: 6:15 am — August 1, 2019
This alert affects the following: Route 68
The Cloverdale City Council has approved funding to subsidize fares for all riders on Route 68, the “Cloverdale Shuttle,” through June 30, 2020. Beginning Wednesday, July 31, Cloverdale Shuttle passengers will no longer need to worry about having the correct change, having a transit pass or paying a fare at all! The “Fare-Free” program is designed to make using local transit services easier and to encourage hop-on, hop-off travel, without the need to pay a fare.
Sonoma County Transit introduced its “Fare-Free” program in June, 2018 on Route 24, the “Sebastopol Shuttle.” Since that time, the program has grown to include local routes in Windsor, Healdsburg, Guerneville/Monte Rio and Sonoma/Sonoma Valley. During the most recent fiscal year that ended June 30, 2019, cumulative ridership on the five “Fare-Free” routes increased 46%.
Fare subsidies for the “Fare-Free” program are provided by the respective cities in which the “Fare-Free” routes operate. The Cloverdale Shuttle “Fare-Free” program is subsidized by the City of Cloverdale.
Last Updated: 5:30 pm — July 31, 2019
This alert affects the following: Route 29A, Route 29B
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.
Last Updated: 3:16 pm — June 10, 2019
This alert affects the following: All Routes
In addition to purchasing Sonoma County Transit’s 31-Day Pass, 20-Ride Fast Pass, the Summer Youth Pass and Sonoma County Paratransit tickets, now single ride tickets can be purchased and stored on your smartphone through the Hopthru app (available at the App Store or Google Play.) By using the Hopthru app, you’ll no longer need to pay your single ride Sonoma County Transit or Paratransit fare with cash! If you have questions about Hopthru or need trip planning assistance, call us at 800-345-7433
Last Updated: 11:05 am — June 7, 2019
This alert affects the following: Route 20, Route 28
Passengers boarding westbound Route 20 trips on weekdays between Rio Nido and downtown Guerneville can now ride Fare-Free. Upon boarding at a Route 20 Fare-Free labeled bus stop, ask your driver for a return ticket. When boarding a return eastbound Route 20 trip, use your ticket as your fare payment. Return tickets are good for eastbound travel as far as Rio Nido.
This change is an expansion of the local Route 28’s Fare-Free program and extends local Fare-Free trips to Rio Nio riders traveling to and from Guerneville and Monte Rio. Like the Route 28, the Route 20 local Fare-Free program applies to weekday trips only.
Last Updated: 4:00 pm — May 21, 2019
This alert affects the following: Route 30, Route 40, Route 53
This detour affects the Sonoma Plaza stop on Tuesday evenings during the summer:
Route 30 will stop at the Sonoma Plaza on W. Napa St. just west of the bell. The stop at the Post Office will not be served when the detour is in place.
Routes 40/53 will stop at the Sonoma Plaza on W. Napa St. just west of the bell. The stop at the Post Office will not be served when the detour is in place.