Morongo Basin Transit Authority
|Parent||San Bernardino Associated Governments|
|Headquarters||62405 Verbena Road
|Service area||Morongo Basin|
|Service type||bus service, paratransit|
|Annual ridership||143,000 |
- Route 1 Yucca Valley - Twentynine Palms
- Route 2 Marine Base - Twentynine Palms
- Route 3B Twentynine Palms Local
- Route 7A North Yucca Valley
- Route 7B South Yucca Valley
- Route 12 Palm Springs - Twentynine Palms
- Route 15 Palm Springs - Yucca Valley
- Route 21 Landers - Yucca Valley
Fares in the MBTA system vary due to the distance that the bus must travel in order to serve the entire system. Fares in the MBTA system as of 2008 were:
|Fare Type||Adult / Student||Senior / Disabled|
|Intercity highway Route:||$2.00||$1.00|
Fares for route 12 and 15 fare are the highest in the MBTA system since it is based on original boarding area and distance.
|Route 12 origin||Adult / Student||Senior / Disabled|
|29 palms round trip:||$15.00||$9.00|
|Joshua tree and Yucca Valley:||$7.00||$4.50|
|Joshua tree and Yucca Valley round trip:||$11.00||$9.00|
|Morongo Valley round trip:||$9.00||$9.00|
route 15 is the most expensive fixed route since $10 are added to base price of route 12.
Morongo Basin Transit Authority Bus passes
The MBTA also offers bus passes that vary in price.
|Service||Fare Type||Full Fare||Student||Senior (60+)/Disabled||Children under five years|
|Neighborhood Shuttle||Day pass||3.00||3.00||3.00||Free|
|Neighborhood Shuttle||Monthly Pass||30.00||20.00||20.00||Free|
|Palms Springs rt 12||7-Day Pass||35.00||35.00||35.00||Free (limit 3)|
Ready Ride Passes
Ready Ride is a demand service that is available to senior and disabled passengers but it is available to everyone at a premium rate.
|Service||Fare Type||Full Fare||Student||Senior (60+)/Disabled|
|Ready Ride||10 punch||n/a||n/a||10.00|
|Ready Ride||20 punch Pass||n/a||n/a||20.00|
Active Bus Fleet
MBTA currently operates a fleet of 24 fixed route vehicles and ready ride vehicles. The table below gives information related to the different coach types currently in the MBTA fleet.
MBTA uses the web to improve its services to customers and the general public with information about routes, schedules and new programs. The website allows residents to download the disability id card form in order to receive a discount when using the MBTA system 
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