Tuolumne County Transit
We Go There. We Get You There.
COVID-19 PRECAUTIONS: Tuolumne County Transit is currently running ROUTE 1, ROUTE 2 and our new Groveland to Columbia route as well as a Public Dial-YOUR-Ride service FREE OF CHARGE! Passengers need to reserve trips by calling into the dispatch center at 209-532-0404. Buses are at full capacity and we continue to encourage passengers to keep wearing masks, though it is no longer mandatory.
How To Ride
Find Your Stop
Reference interactive maps to find bus stops near you:
Find Your Bus
Check bus schedules for the stops near your current location, or the location you would like to catch the bus and your desired destination.
Find Your Time
Plan a route, being mindful of possible transfers and return trips.
Google Trip Planner
Wait at Transit Stop
Get to your stop early, and be sure to stand in sight of the bus driver.
Nextbus Stop Predictor
Board with Efficacy
Give exact change, and let the driver know where you plan to disembark.
Find A Seat
Seatbelts are recommended, and ridership is limited to space available.
More Information in Documents & Links
Follow the Rules
Wear shirts and shoes, keep aisles clear, and keep control of items and children.
Find Specific Policies in Documents & Links
Eating and Smoking
Spillable beverage containers
Pets (trained service animals allowed)
Obtrusive/high audio and video
Wet clothing (except during extreme weather conditions)
Hazardous materials such as gasoline, unpackaged plate glass, or other items dangerous to other riders
Unattended children, age 10 and below
Exit the Bus
Wait for the bus to come to a complete stop, and be courteous of other disembarking passengers. Thanks for choosing Tuolumne County Transit!
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Why are there two stops listed at Mono Way?
In several cases, such as in Sugar Pine and at Mono Way, the stop labels describe each side of the same street, in an attempt to clarify the direction of travel.
Q: Why is YARTS on this site if it just takes me to another site?
We are a partner in the effort to offer Public Transit to Yosemite. Yosemite National Park currrently pays for the service offered in Tuolumne County. The Park Service has an agreement with the Yosemite Area Regional Transportation Service which operates the day-to-day aspects of the service. This is why, for more detailed service information, the user is directed to www.yarts.com.
We are super excited about YARTS, and we put a lot of work into the program and we think you will love the hassle-free trip into Yosemite Valley via YARTS!