Local, regional and statewide transportation

FCRTA has relationships with a number of local, regional and statewide transit providers, including:

Fresno Area Express

FAX offers 16 fixed route bus lines and Handy Ride Paratransit Service to residents in Fresno and Clovis. FAX takes pride in serving the greater Fresno Metropolitan Area with a modern clean and green fleet of more than 100 buses. Fresno Area Express is operated by the City of Fresno as a public service to all the citizens and visitors of Fresno.

(559) 621-RIDE (7433)
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Clovis Transit

Clovis Transit has two lines serving the Clovis area. Stageline operates along fixed routes with regularly scheduled stops. Round Up is a demand responsive service for disabled residents. For routes and information, please call your service line below:

(559) 324-2770 — Stageline
(559) 324-2760 — Round Up
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Kings Area Rural Transit

KART provides transportation from Hanford to the Fresno-Clovis Metropolitan Area, Monday through Friday. Stops include Valley Children’s Hospital, the Veteran’s Hospital and Kaiser Hospital. It is recommended that medical appointments in Fresno be made between the hours of 10 am and 2 pm.

800-675-8881 — Kart
(559) 852-2717 — KART Paratransit

Dinuba Connection

The Dinuba Connection travels from Dinuba to Reedley, Monday through Friday. Transfers to Cutler-Orosi, Orange Cove, Parlier, Sanger and the Fresno-Clovis Metropolitan Area are available. Stops include the Dinuba Transit Center, Tulare Works, SaveMart, Adventist Medical Center, Reedley College, Palm Village Retirement Community, DMV, and Walmart.

(877) 404-6473 - Toll Free
(559) 233-6789 - Local
(559) 591-DART (3278)
(559) 595-8800
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Sequoia Shuttle

The Sequoia Shuttle, operating from May through September, is the perfect way to get to the Sequoia National Park. The shuttle departs from various convenient locations throughout Visalia, Exeter, and Three Rivers several times a day, seven days a week.

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Since 2000, the Yosemite Area Regional Transportation System (YARTS) has been providing visitors to the Yosemite region with a comfortable, economical, and convenient alternative to driving. YARTS provides regularly scheduled public transit service into Yosemite National Park and the gateway communities along its routes in buses that are air-conditioned and equipped for rider comfort.

YARTS operates year round on Highway 140 through Mariposa County with multiple runs each day. There is also daily service from Mammoth Lakes and Mono County during the summer (typically June through September), when Tioga Pass Road is open, and between Sonora and Yosemite Valley from Tuolumne County.

In Yosemite, YARTS makes contact with all shuttle services including the free Valley Shuttle and the free Tuolumne Meadows Shuttle (summer only).

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