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Redwood Transit System provides regional transit service in Humboldt County, connecting [[Arcata]], [[Eureka]], and other cities in the county. It is a service managed by [[Humboldt Transit Authority]].
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Redwood Transit System provides regional transit service in [[Humboldt County]], connecting [[Arcata]], [[Eureka]], and other cities in the county. It is a service managed by [[Humboldt Transit Authority]]. It connects with local systems such as [[Eureka Transit Service]] and [[Arcata & Mad River Transit System]]. Regional connections include [[Redwood Coast Transit]] (to Crescent City/Del Norte County), [[Trinity Transit]] (Trinity County and Redding), [[Amtrak Thruway]] and [[Greyhound]] (both to the Bay Area).
  
  
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Latest revision as of 18:31, 5 May 2018

Redwood Transit System provides regional transit service in Humboldt County, connecting Arcata, Eureka, and other cities in the county. It is a service managed by Humboldt Transit Authority. It connects with local systems such as Eureka Transit Service and Arcata & Mad River Transit System. Regional connections include Redwood Coast Transit (to Crescent City/Del Norte County), Trinity Transit (Trinity County and Redding), Amtrak Thruway and Greyhound (both to the Bay Area).


Web site


Routes

Trindad - McKinleyville - Arcata - Eureka - Scotia
Eureka - Rio Dell - Garberville
Willow Creek - Arcata