Fresno Rural Transit Agency

2035 Tulare Street, Suite 201, Fresno CA 93721

The Fresno Rural Transit Agency provides public transportation services within the Fresno County. Services are generally available Monday through Friday from 7:00am to 5:30pm. FCRTA currently has 18 subsystems that are available to the elderly (60+), disabled, low income, and general public patrons within:

  • Coalinga
  • Firebaugh
  • Fowler
  • Huron
  • Kerman
  • Kingsburg
  • Mendota
  • Orange Cove
  • Parlier
  • Reedley
  • Sanger
  • San Joaquin and
  • Selma.

A number of unincorporated rural communities are also being served, including:

  • Alder Springs
  • Auberry
  • Burrough Valley
  • Cantua Creek
  • Caruthers
  • Dunlap
  • Easton
  • El Porvenir
  • Five Points
  • Friant
  • Halfway
  • Jose Basin
  • Lanare
  • Laton
  • Marshall Station
  • Meadow Lakes
  • Mile High
  • Miramonte
  • New Auberry
  • O’Neills
  • Pinehurst
  • Prather
  • Raisin City
  • Riverdale, Squaw Valley
  • Sycamore
  • Three Rocks
  • Tollhouse
  • Tranquillity

and the American Indian Rancherias of

  • Big Sandy
  • Cold Springs
  • Table Mountain.

With limited service to neighboring counties include Avenal, Grangeville, Hanford and Hardwick in Kings County.

Passenger fares are subsidized to be reasonable so that patrons can utilize the service for transport. Fares for the FCRTA are:

  • $0.35 – elderly, disabled, accompanied children
  • $0.50 – general public, one way trip
  • $0.75-$6.50 – intercity service, depending on the distance traveled.

Passengers are encouraged to use demand responsive service wherein a patron calls the local FCRTA number, states where they are and where they wish to travel to within the rural transit area, as well as when they need to go within the regular service hours. A driver is then dispatched to pick-up and transport the caller to his/her desired destination.

Patron can also call a local FCRTA number for assistance in locating the nearest designated bus stop with respect to their location as well as the scheduled time to board the transit.

Each one of the FCRTA’s intercity buses is fully equipped with parcel and bicycle racks, and all of the vehicles are accessible to the disabled following the rules of the Americans with Disabilities Act. In accordance with the Clean Air Act, vehicles are using alternative fuel like propane, compressed natural gas, or electric batteries.

For more information, please call (559) 233-6789, or you may visit the Fresno Rural Transit Agency website.

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