Yuba-Sutter Transit

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Yuba-Sutter Transit
Yuba-Sutter Transit logo.png
Founded 1975[1]
Headquarters 2100 B Street
Locale Marysville, California
Service area Yuba–Sutter area
Service type Bus service
Routes 8
Fuel type Diesel
Website yubasuttertransit.com

The Yuba-Sutter Transit Authority, operating as Yuba-Sutter Transit, is the public transportation agency serving the Yuba–Sutter area in Northern California.

Service[edit]

Yuba-Sutter Transit runs six local bus routes in Marysville, Yuba City and surrounding communities, running hourly or half-hourly between 6:30 am and 6:30 pm Mondays through Saturdays.[2][3] There is also weekday commuter and midday service to Sacramento along Routes 70 and 99;[4] three rural routes to Live Oak, the Yuba County foothills, and Wheatland;[5] and Dial-a-Ride service available to seniors and those with disabilities as both a paratransit and door-to-door service, with general public availability offered after 6:30 pm.[6]

Route list[edit]

  • 1 Yuba City to Yuba College
  • 2 Yuba City Loop
  • 3 Olivehurst to Yuba College
  • 4 Marysville Loop
  • 5 Southwest Yuba City
  • 6 Linda Shuttle
  • Hwy 99 Sacramento Commuter
  • Hwy 70 Sacramento Commuter
  • Foothill
  • Live Oak
  • Wheatland

Fares[edit]

The basic one-way fare is $1 on local fixed routes,[3] $2 on rural routes,[5] and $4 on commuter and midday express services.[4] Dial-a-Ride service has a base fare of $4 during the day and $3 after 6:00 pm.[6] Up to two children 4 or under may travel free with a paying adult on any route. In addition, on all routes except the commute-hour Sacramento service, a 50% fare discount is provided to seniors 62 or older, youths between 5 and 12, and disabled riders with approved ID. Transfers are free for local routes and Dial-a-Ride service.[2]

Discount ticket books with a $12 value are available for $10 per book, and are good on local and rural routes, Dial-a-Ride, and midday routes to Sacramento. Monthly passes valid on local fixed routes are available for $30 to the general public and $6 to youths, seniors, and the disabled.[2][7] Youth monthly passes are also valid on rural routes. For commuter services, Yuba-Sutter Transit offers a 20-ride punch pass for $80, a monthly commuter pass for $128, and a combined Yuba-Sutter Transit/Sacramento RT monthly pass for $178.[4]

Current fleet[edit]

There are 51 buses in the Yuba-Sutter Transit fleet currently in revenue service. Each bus uses diesel fuel and has room for two wheelchair passengers.[8]

Fleet Numbers (Qty.) Manufacturer Model Year Seated capacity Notes
1670–1679 (10) Starcraft Allstar 4500 2010 16 Used for Dial-a-Ride and rural service
1681–1686 (6) Glaval Titan II 4500 2014 16 Used for Dial-a-Ride and rural service
2721–2725, 2727 (6) NABI/Optima Opus 29SD 2008 27 Used for local fixed route service
3161–3165 (5) NABI/Optima Opus 3400 2008 31 Used for local fixed route service
3230–3240 (11) Gillig 35DD 2013–14 32 Used for local fixed route service
4151–4157 (7) Blue Bird Xcel102 2006 41 Used for Sacramento commuter service
5701–5706 (6) MCI D4500 2010, 2012 57 Used for Sacramento commuter service

References[edit]

  1. ^ Staff (January 2015). "Annual Board Report - January 2015". Yuba-Sutter Transit. Retrieved July 4, 2015. 
  2. ^ a b c Staff (August 12, 2013). "Ride Guide & System Map" (PDF). Yuba-Sutter Transit. Retrieved July 4, 2015. 
  3. ^ a b Staff. "Local Routes". Yuba-Sutter Transit. Retrieved July 4, 2015. 
  4. ^ a b c Staff (June 1, 2013). "Sacramento Commuter & Midday Express" (PDF). Yuba-Sutter Transit. Retrieved July 4, 2015. 
  5. ^ a b Staff. "Rural Routes". Yuba-Sutter Transit. Retrieved July 4, 2015. 
  6. ^ a b Staff. "Dial-A-Ride Services". Yuba-Sutter Transit. Retrieved July 4, 2015. 
  7. ^ Martin, Keith; Mauk, Matt (December 19, 2014). "$6 Monthly Bus Pass Program for Eligible Riders" (PDF) (Press release). Marysville, CA: Yuba-Sutter Transit. Retrieved July 4, 2015. 
  8. ^ LSC Transportation Consultants (June 5, 2015). "Yuba-Sutter Transit Authority Short Range Transit Plan" (PDF). Yuba-Sutter Transit. Retrieved June 23, 2015. 

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