|Headquarters||2100 B Street|
|Service area||Yuba–Sutter area|
|Service type||Bus service|
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. There is also weekday commuter and midday service to Sacramento along Routes 70 and 99; three rural routes to Live Oak, the Yuba County foothills, and Wheatland; 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.
The basic one-way fare is $1 on local fixed routes, $2 on rural routes, and $4 on commuter and midday express services. Dial-a-Ride service has a base fare of $4 during the day and $3 after 6:00 pm. 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.
Discount ticket books valued at $12 are available for $10 per book, and they 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. 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.
Local fixed routes
|Route #||Name||Termini||Places served||Headway||Service hours|
|1||Yuba City to Yuba College||Walton Terminal
|Yuba City Marketplace, Yuba-Sutter Mall, Alturas & Shasta Terminal, Yuba County Government Center, North Beale Transit Center||30 min||6:30 am to 6:30 pm weekdays
8:30 am to 5:30 pm Saturdays
|2 (2A clockwise, 2B counter-clockwise)||Yuba City Loop||N/A||Walton Terminal, Senior Center, Alturas & Shasta Terminal, Yuba-Sutter Fairgrounds, Yuba City High School||30 min|
|3||Olivehurst to Yuba College||Johnson Park
|McGowan Park & Ride, North Beale Transit Center||30 min|
|4 (4A clockwise, 4B counter-clockwise)||Marysville Loop||N/A||Alturas & Shasta Terminal (4A), Marysville High School, Yuba County Government Center, North Beale Transit Center (4B), Peach Tree Clinic (4B)||60 min|
|5||Southwest Yuba City||Walton Terminal
South Yuba City
|Bogue Park & Ride, Winco Center, Yuba City Marketplace||60 min|
|6||Linda Shuttle||Yuba College
Edgewater & Rupert
|North Beale Transit Center||60 min|
All rural routes terminate at the Yuba County Government Center.
|Name||Rural terminus||Places served||Trips|
|Foothill||Brownsville||Loma Rica, Willow Glen, Oregon House||Tuesday–Thursday: morning inbound trip, midday round-trip, and afternoon outbound trip|
|Live Oak||Live Oak||Yuba College Sutter County Center (by reservation)||Daily: morning inbound trip, midday round-trip, and afternoon outbound trip|
|Wheatland||Wheatland||North Beale Transit Center||Tuesday–Thursday: morning inbound trip and afternoon outbound trip|
Yuba-Sutter Transit provides nine scheduled peak-hour commuter bus runs each in the morning and afternoon, three along Routes 70 and six along Route 99. Morning commuter buses first depart for Sacramento at 5:20 am, with the last morning bus arriving in Sacramento at 7:45 am. The first afternoon bus leaves downtown Sacramento at 3:45 pm, while the last bus arrives at the Yuba County Government Center at 6:35 pm. Three midday express buses to and from Sacramento run during off-peak hours, arriving in Sacramento around 9:00 am, noon, and 2:00 pm.
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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.
|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|
- Staff (January 2015). "Annual Board Report - January 2015". Yuba-Sutter Transit. Retrieved July 4, 2015.
- Staff (August 12, 2013). "Ride Guide & System Map" (PDF). Yuba-Sutter Transit. Retrieved July 4, 2015.
- Staff. "Local Routes". Yuba-Sutter Transit. Retrieved July 4, 2015.
- Staff (June 1, 2013). "Sacramento Commuter & Midday Express" (PDF). Yuba-Sutter Transit. Retrieved July 4, 2015.
- Staff. "Rural Routes". Yuba-Sutter Transit. Retrieved July 4, 2015.
- Staff. "Dial-A-Ride Services". Yuba-Sutter Transit. Retrieved July 4, 2015.
- 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.
- 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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