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Transit Service
Published on: 1/17/2012 12:00 AM
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WORK OR PLAY....WE'RE GOING YOUR WAY!!   
(530) 477-0103 or 1-888-660-RIDE (7433)
 
The Transit Services Division of the Department of Public Works is responsible for the administration and delivery of fixed route public transit and paratransit services, primarily in western Nevada County.
 
 
 
                           
DOWNLOADS:
Download full-color Riders Guide, including system map and route timetables
 
RIDERS GUIDE AND SYSTEM MAP EFFECTIVE JULY 6, 2015
 

 

**NEW** RIDERS GUIDE AND SYSTEM MAP EFFECTIVE JULY 5, 2016

 

  • Riders Guide (1.5MB PDF file)download may take a few seconds)
  • System Map (700 KB PDF file)download may take a few seconds)
 
PASAJEROS GUIA EFICAZ 06 DE JULIO DE 2015  

REPORTS:

Annual Operations Report FY2014-15

Amended Transit JPA 1-10-12 (FINAL RESO)   

Transit Development Plan Update Final Report FY 2016/17

Triennial Performance Audit. FY 2013/15

Public Outreach Project Final Report January 2010 

ADA Paratransit Plan Final Report 2010 

 

If you're looking for information on transit in eastern Nevada County, please visit the Truckee Public Transit site.

Our Heritage - A brief history of Nevada County Transportation, from stagecoaches to our new pollution-free buses!  

Passenger Information - Fares, passes, hours, bus stops and lots more information is here.  

Sightseeing with Gold Country Stage - Leave your car at the hotel and hop on a Gold Country Stage bus!  

Transit Services Commission

 
INFORMATION:
 
Take our fleet of buses on routes that serve Grass Valley and Nevada City,  Penn Valley, Lake Wildwood, Rough and Ready, Alta Sierra,  Lake of the Pines and the highway 49 corridor to the city of Auburn.  
 
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