Fare Zone Map
|Between 2 Zones||$2.10||$ Free||$1.05|
|Across 3 Zones||$3.00||$ Free||$1.50|
|Across 4 Zones||$3.90||$ Free||$1.95|
|Across 5 zones||$4.80||$ Free||$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 a Sonoma County Transit bus, you can transfer to any other Sonoma County Transit bus for free for up to three hours on a one-way trip. When you board the first bus, pay its full fare, state your destination and ask the driver for a transfer. If you have a valid transfer from a one-zone trip, you can upgrade it to a multi-zone transfer. Transfers can only be used by their original recipient and cannot be passed to another passenger for use as fare payment.
|First upgrade from one zone to two zones:|
|Seniors/Disabled/Medicare card holders||30¢|
|For additional zones :|
|Seniors/Disabled/Medicare card holders||45¢|
Passengers transferring from Santa Rosa CityBus or Petaluma Transit receive a discount equivalent to Sonoma County Transit’s “base” or “1st zone” fare. Transfers are good for up 180 minutes from issuance.
Transfer value from other operators (equivalent to Sonoma County Transit’s “base” or “1st zone” fare.
|Seniors/Disabled/Medicare card holders||0.75¢|