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Transit Information
October 1, 1979 was the day Colusa County Transit started serving the citizens of Colusa County. It began with one station wagon and one nine-passenger mini-bus, and two drivers under the direction of Public Works. We have grown to our current service of nine vehicles and ten full time employees. We have experienced a lot of growth and made a few changes over the years. Being a small Transit system, we are able to give personal service to our customers and make an impact on the lives in our community. The Transit staff consists of three office staff, six full time drivers and one full time mechanic that maintains all of our vehicles to CHP standards. We run six buses each day on various routes. We also provide Out-of County Medical Transportation on an on call basis. When scheduling your ride you will need to call the office, drivers are not allowed to schedule passengers from their bus. All buses are able to hold 19 passengers or 16 passenger with 2 wheel chairs and are ADA compliant. Passengers are not required to register for ADA service. We provide curb-to-curb service to the general population and door-to-door service for ADA passengers.