As the County Transportation Commission, SANBAG plays a key role in mass transportation. SANBAG distributes many of the funds for public transit service and is responsible for oversight of all transit service in San Bernardino County.
Seven operators serve the county area. SANBAG provides financial support to six transit operators. (SANBAG does not provide funding to the Foothill Transit Authority). This support allows senior and disabled riders to enjoy lower fares and expanded service.
Transit information is now available online where you can find information about bus or rail schedules, fares, stops, maps and much more on traveling by bus or rail. Log onto IE511 and use the Transit Trip Planner powered by Google. Most of the Southern California transit operators provide their trip planning into the Google transit trip planner. In addition, find your Southern California transit operator by using the IE511 transit tool.
PASTACC produces a special Transit Directory for seniors, persons with disabilities, and persons of limited means.
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Public Transit Operators
Basin Transit Authority
The Morongo Basin Transit Authority transports nearly 143,000 passengers each year in the City of Twentynine Palms, Town of Yucca Valley and the unincorporated communities of Joshua Tree, Landers, Flamingo Heights, and Yucca Mesa. For routes, schedules, fares, and other information, visit the Morongo Basin Transit Authority web site, or call customer service at (800) 794-6282.
Area Regional Transit Authority
Serving the communities of Crestline, Lake Arrowhead, Running Springs, and Big Bear Lake, the Mountain Area Regional Transit Authority provides service for more than 163,000 passengers each year. For routes, schedules, fares, and other information, visit the MARTA web site, or call one of the following for information:
Big Bear area (909) 878-5200
Crestline (909) 338-1113.
The City of Needles administers the Needles Area Transit (NAT) and a dial-a-ride program for seniors and persons with disabilities. The NAT system transports approximately 34,000 riders each year. For routes, schedules, fares, and other information, visit the Needles Area Transit web site, or call customer service at (760) 326-5700.
Omnitrans is the public transit agency serving the San Bernardino valley region. This operator carries approximately 16 million passengers each year throughout its service area. In addition to regular bus operations, Omnitrans offers its Access service for individuals with disabilities and its dial-a-ride service for residents of Yucaipa. For routes, schedules, fares, and other information, visit Omnitrans, or call customer service at (800) 966-6428.
- Valley Transportation Services (VTrans)
VTrans is a not-for-profit Consolidated Transportation Services Agency dedicated to improving mobility for seniors, disabled, and persons of low income. VTrans currently operates programs in the San Bernardino Valley area, including one on one or group Travel Training. VTrans is also a project sponsor for a variety of other human service transportation programs, such as volunteer driver mileage reimbursement programs and agency directly provided trips. For more information, please call (909) 981-5099 or visit their website at www.vtrans.us.com.
- Victor Valley
Victor Valley Transit Authority (VVTA) is a public transit agency and Consolidated Transportation Services Agency (CTSA), providing bus, ADA paratransit, and vanpool service to California’s High Desert. VVTA’s service area spans nearly 1,000 square miles, featuring service to Adelanto, Apple Valley, Barstow, Hesperia, Needles, Victorville and unincorporated San Bernardino County, including Daggett, Helendale, Hinkley, Lucerne Valley, Newberry Springs, Oak Hills, Oro Grande, Phelan, Pinon Hills, Wrightwood, and Yermo. Commuter service to Fort Irwin National Training Center (NTC) and connecting service from the High Desert to the Inland Empire is also provided. Additional information and service alerts are available at VVTA.org and Twitter.com/VVTransit.
While not funded by SANBAG, the Foothill Transit Agency provides transit service to residents in Montclair and the Pomona and San Gabriel valleys. It is the second largest fixed route system in Los Angeles County. For routes, schedules, fares, and other information, visit Foothill Transit or call customer service at (800) 743-3463.
The Public and Specialized Transportation Advisory and Coordination Council [PASTACC] is the SANBAG-sponsored advisory body established under the California Transportation Development Act §99238.
In San Bernardino County, PASTACC brings together public transit operators and social service transportation providers to discuss the mobility issues and challenges that confront seniors, persons with disabilities or persons of limited means.
PASTACC members examine a wide range of topics at bi-monthly meetings, generally the first Tuesdays of the month, for purposes of assisting SANBAG on matters related to social service transportation or public transportation services in San Bernardino County for the elderly, persons with disabilities or persons of limited means.
Meetings are open to the public and for more information, further schedule and location information, please contact AMMA Transit Planning, staff to PASTACC, at (951) 784-1333 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: (909) 884-8276
Fax: (909) 885-4407
Specialized Transportation Directory
The Year 2005-06 Public and Specialized Transportation Directory is a county-wide directory of agencies and organizations providing transportation services or with a concern for the transportation needs of specialized populations. Updated regularly by PASTACC, the Directory is maintained to assist agencies and residents of the County of San Bernardino in locating available public and other specialized transportation resources, and in compliance with California Government Code §15975.1.
Services are presented as reported to PASTACC and no claims as to the quality or type of service provided are made for those included in the Directory. The Directory has several purposes:
- It is presented for the convenience of the public, both agencies and individuals
- It represents an information network of agencies and organizations concerned with specialized transportation
- It enables us to track changes over time in the availability of transit resources within San Bernardino County.
Excerpted listings from the Year 2005-06 Directory can be viewed or printed. The following listings are available here:
- Registered Agencies by Service Type and Area
- Registered Agencies by Subarea and Operator
- Alphabetical Listing of Commercial Transit Operators
- Alphabetical Listing of Responding Commercial Transit Operators
Hard copies of the full Year 2005-06 Directory may be ordered: $10.00 without a binder and $12.00 with a binder. Please email us and we'll forward to you an order form.
Corrections and additions to Directory listings are always welcomed. Please let us know of changes, additions or deletions.
Phone: (909) 884-8276
Fax: (909) 885-4407