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Healdsburg Shuttle – Partner of Sonoma County Transit

The City of Healdsburg has approved funding to subsidize fares for all riders on Route 67, the “Healdsburg Shuttle,” for a two-year period beginning July 1, 2018.

The Shuttle operates on weekdays between the hours of 8:40am and 4:10pm and operates North and South loops whose terminus is the Safeway Shopping Center. The route connects the shopping center with downtown Healdsburg/Healdsburg Plaza, the Senior Center, central, northern and southern Healdsburg neighborhoods.

The Healdsburg Shuttle is free for all riders under Sonoma County Transit’s “Fare-Free” program.   The Healdsburg Shuttle’s “Fare-Free” program is subsidized by the City of Healdsburg.

The new “Fare-Free” program is designed to make using local transit services easier and to encourage hop-on, hop-off, travel without the need to pay a fare.

Petaluma Paratransit

Americans with Disabilities complimentary door to door transportation for ADA-eligible persons within Petaluma is available. Paratransit provides rides to persons who, due to a disability, are unable to utilize Petaluma Transit’s fixed route bus service for some or all of their trips.

Santa Rosa City Bus

The City of Santa Rosa, Transit Division, manages CityBus, which provides the City of Santa Rosa with 14 primary transit routes. All buses are accessible and have bike racks. Trips can be planned via 511, our MyStop App or on Google Maps. Real-time arrival information can be received via the MyStop App, our website, texting or by calling our main number.

CityBus connect and honors transfers with Sonoma County Transit, Golden Gate Transit, SMART and Mendocino Transit. CityBus also accepts Clipper Cards on all our buses.


Sonoma County Transit

Fixed bus routes in Sonoma County. Transit service hours Mon-Fri 5:00am-11:00pm; limited weekend routes and times. Call for information.

Golden Gate Transit

Golden Gate Transit (GGT) provides regional fixed-route bus service in San Francisco, and in Marin and Sonoma Counties. Bus service is also available between San Rafael in central Marin and the El Cerrito del Norte BART Station in western Contra Costa County. Local bus service is provided within Marin County under contract with Marin Transit.

All Golden Gate Transit (GGT) bus service is operated with lift-equipped buses that have a “kneeling feature” to make boarding easier. Any passenger may request to use the lift or kneeling feature on the bus. Not all GGT bus stops are accessible to wheelchairs. Persons requiring special assistance are encouraged to arrange for a companion to ride with them. GGT provides training in boarding, exiting, and wheelchair securement procedures on GGT buses. Please call Bus Safety and Training at 415/257-4480 at least two days in advance to schedule an appointment.

Mendocino Transit Authority

Offers daily service between Point Arena, Mendocino, Ukiah, and Santa Rosa. Fixed Route.

ADA Paratransit service is available for persons with disabilities who live within ¾ mile of MTA’s local Ft. Bragg , Willits or Ukiah bus routes. This service is by advance reservation and requires ADA certification. For ADA information please call 707-462-1422

In Ukiah and Ft. Bragg, ADA paratransit service is operated by MTA.  In Willits, ADA Paratransit service is provided by Willits Seniors Inc.  Reservations should be made at least 24-hours in advance by calling:

  • Ukiah, 707-462-3881
  • Ft. Bragg , 707-964-1800
  • Willits, 707-459-9038

Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit (SMART Train)

Passenger rail service between Northern Santa Rosa and Downtown San Rafael, Disability accessible.

Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit (SMART) offers passenger rail service in Sonoma and Marin counties. SMART’s initial 43 miles of rail corridor includes 10 stations, from the Sonoma County Airport to Downtown San Rafael. Future extensions include: Larkspur, which is scheduled to be completed in 2019; Windsor; Healdsburg; and Cloverdale.


SMART provides rail transit service that is accessible to passengers with disabilities. SMART’s platforms and trains are fully compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Clipper Card vending machines on SMART platforms are also ADA compliant. SMART trains have ADA accessible restrooms and seating. Onboard SMART personnel are available to assist with onboarding and exiting the train, and with any other needs that may arise.