Sonoma County Transit
Sonoma County Transit (SCT) is a division of the Sonoma County Department of Transportation and Public Works. This state-of-the-art fleet serves numerous locations across Sonoma County. Getting around Sonoma County by bus is healthy, affordable and easy.
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Transportation & Public Works
Published on March 23, 2020
In response to the COVID-19 Pandemic, Sonoma County Transit is operating at a revised level of service as described in this posting. Passengers are encouraged to limit their transit use to essential-trips only and respect social distancing practices. Sonoma County Paratransit will continue to operate at its full level of service until further notice. Sonoma County Transit’s administrative office will be closed to the public beginning Tuesday, March 17th.
Sonoma County Transit
Published on December 3, 2020
Sonoma County Transit has announced revised schedules on Routes 30, 32, 40 & 68, effective December 13 and 14, 2020.
Published on November 24, 2015
Sonoma County increased access to essential services and reduced greenhouse gas emissions with over 200,000 trips made by Veterans and Sonoma County College Students in 2015
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How to Ride
Routes & Schedules
Sonoma County Transit (SCT) provides local and intercity public transportation throughout most of the major communities in Sonoma County, as well as Novato and San Rafael, in Marin County. To see listings of routes and schedules, please visit the SCT website.
See Routes and Schedules on SCT Website
Your fare will depend on the number of zones through which you travel, and which category of rider you are. To see listings of fares and fare zones, please visit the SCT website.
See Fares and Fare Zones on SCT Website
Park & Ride
If you are planning to board Sonoma County Transit, you can park your car or bike for free at a number of Park-and-Ride stations until they fill up. For guidelines and a listing of available Park-and-Ride stations, please visit the SCT Website.
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Bikes and buses go great together. It's easy and convenient to load your bike onto one of our front-loading racks and there's no additional fare. So whether you're on your way to work, school, or shopping, bring your bike on the bus and get there in style.
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Sonoma County Transit offers On-Board wireless internet on some intercity routes.
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Eco-Friendly Natural Gas
Most of the Sonoma County Transit Fleet runs on natural gas, which is efficient, cost-effective, and environmentally-friendly. You can rest assured knowing that your trip will have minimal environmental impact.