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Bus Connections

Ride easy on one of the many direct bus routes serving County worksites, including connections between SMART stations.

Sonoma County employees currently ride free on Sonoma County Transit (SCT) and are able to receive free passes for Santa Rosa CityBus. Employees may load e-cash onto their Clipper cards through My Commuter Check to pay for bus fares on Golden Gate Transit, Petaluma Transit, and other regional providers.

SMART Connections

County Campus to SMART Santa Rosa North Station

Morning Commute

Route 57 (Sonoma County Transit) meets northbound trains arriving at 7:29 am and 7:59 am - from bus stop on Guerneville Road just east of the SMART station to stops on Administration Drive.

Route 1 (Santa Rosa CityBus) departs the transit center at Coddingtown Mall (6 minute walk from the SMART Station) every 15 minutes from 5:50 am to 7:50 pm, with stops on Mendocino Avenue at Administration Drive.

Evening Commute

Route 57 (Sonoma County Transit) buses from the County Campus meets southbound train departures at 5:26 and 5:56 pm.

Route 1 (Santa Rosa CityBus) runs every 15 minutes from approximately 6:10 am to 7:55 pm from Mendocino Avenue at Administration Drive to the Coddingtown Mall Transit Hub (6 minute walk from the SMART Station)

Airport Business Park to SMART Airport Station

Route 55 (Sonoma County Transit) connects the Airport Station to most County work locations within the Airport Business Park, and to central Windsor.

Morning Commute

Route 55 meets the northbound train arriving at 8:06 am

Evening Commute

Route 55 meets southbound trains departing at 5:19 and 6:19 pm

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get from the SMART station to my worksite?

  • Route 57 and Route 1 connect the Santa Rosa North Station on Guerneville Road to the County campus. County employees ride for free.
  • Route 55 connects the Airport Station to the Airport Business Park. County employees ride for free.
  • Google Transit has a user-friendly option to get directions and plan transit trips: https://www.google.com/intl/en/landing/transit/#mdy

Where can I find more information about local and regional bus connections?

What is Clipper?

Clipper is an all-in-one transit card accepted on Sonoma County Transit, Santa Rosa City Bus, SMART, Golden Gate Transit, Marin Transit, Petaluma Transit, as well as all other Bay Area transit agencies.

Where can I get a Clipper card?

When you register for a transit products through My Commuter Check, a Clipper card will be shipped directly to you via USPS. There is a one-time $3 fee to set up a new Clipper card account. If you already have a Clipper card, you may enter your Clipper card account information in the My Commuter Check portal to electronically load your pre-tax purchases to your existing card.

What if my Clipper card is lost or stolen?

  • Contact Clipper Customer Service Center at (877) 878-8883, TDD/TTY: 711 or (800) 735-2929, or custserv@clippercard.com
  • If you are an Eco-Pass holder and have lost your Clipper card, you will need to contact Commuter Benefit Solutions at (888) 235-9223 to have a replacement card sent to you. Please note that it may take up to 7 days to receive a new card.

Contact Information

Clean Commute

Benefits Unit

Human Resources Department

Business Hours
Monday – Friday
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Contact us by Phone
Address
575 Administration Drive
Room 116 B
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
38.465237, -122.725363

My Commuter Check

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Use My Commuter Check portal to set up an account.

Company ID: CCO15267

Commute Resources

Bus ConnectionsGoogle Transit user-friendly option to get directions and plan transit trips.

Santa Rosa City Bus serving most County work sites.

Sonoma County Transit  connections to Santa Rosa from throughout Sonoma County.

Golden Gate Transit routes 101, 101X, 72, 72X, and 74 serve San Francisco to downtown Santa Rosa.

Petaluma Transit  routes throughout the city, with connections to the Petaluma SMART station.

Train InformationSMART has connections to Santa Rosa from throughout Sonoma and Marin County

Biking informationGO Sonoma information about biking in Sonoma County, visit