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Microtransit is an up and coming trend for transit as complement of or alternative to traditional bus service:

  1. Uses mobile technology đŸ“± for on demand reservation and dispatching like popular ride-hail/TNC services.
  2. Uses small shuttle buses or large vans vs full size buses for traditional fixed route service.
  3. To provide first and last mile solution in low density areas connecting riders to mainline bus and rail service.

Unlike ride-hail/TNC service, microtransit services are wheelchair accessible and drivers are employees of contractor or transit agency.

Microtransit services covered

AC Transit

Local Castro Valley
Union City - Newark via Thornton, Haley

Arlington, Texas

Local Arlington

King County Metro

On demand: Local Lake Hills, Factoria, Somerset, Lakemont areas
On demand: Local West Seattle to/from Seacrest Park or Alaska Junction

Kings Area Rural Transit

Local Lemoore

Marin Transit

On demand: Local Terra Linda/Gallinas


On demand: Local Aliso Viejo, Laguna Niguel, Mission Viejo
On demand: Local Huntington Beach (Golden West Area) and Westminster

Sacramento RT

On demand: Local Antelope, Citrus Heights, Orangevale, Fair Oaks
On demand: Local Franklin, South Sacramento


Local American Canyon
Calistoga Local

West Sacramento

Local West Sacramento