Can my child ride with me on the bus?

Yes, children under the age of 7 ride free when accompanied by an adult. You must provide your own car seat if needed.

  • Children less than 4 years old or 40 pounds must use a safety seat. 
  • Children less than 8 years old, unless they are at least 4 foot 9 inches tall must use a booster seat.  
  • Children ages 8-15 must use a child safety seat or safety belt.

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1. How does the Transit service generally work?
2. What information do I need to provide as a first time rider?
3. Is there a lift on the bus?
4. Is there a way to help pay for rides?
5. I have a service animal. Can they ride the bus?
6. Can my child ride with me on the bus?
7. Will the driver provide assistance to/from the bus?
8. If I would need someone to assist me, how much would it cost for them to ride?
9. Can the driver help me load groceries on the bus?
10. What age can my child ride the bus alone?
11. Why can't you pick me up at the time I need a trip?
12. Can you wait for me while I run into the store?
13. Why can't you take me straight home or to my destination?
14. I use a mobility device. Can I get on your vehicle?
15. What if I accidently leave something behind on the vehicle?
16. If i have a bike, can I bring it on the bus with me?
17. How do I become a driver?