About Us

The Fresno County Rural Transit Agency (FCRTA) provides general public transit service to rural communities throughout Fresno County, keeping the Valley connected and allowing passengers to conveniently travel within their community and throughout the Central Valley. FCRTA provides both scheduled, fixed route services with designated bus stops along specific routes, as well as reservation-based, demand responsive service that offers curb-to-curb transportation.
Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday from 7:00 am to 5:30 pm

Contact your local transit subsystem for specific service information. *Limited Saturday service is available. Please call for details.

View Holiday Schedule

Contact your local subsystem for their specific holiday schedules.

our service areas

Rural Incorporated Cities

The FCRTA operates 25 transit subsystems with 80 vehicles that operate in 13 rural incorporated cities throughout the Valley. The FCRTA’s transit services are available to the elderly (60+), disabled, low income, and general public patrons within each of the thirteen rural incorporated cities of Fresno County, including:

  • Coalinga
  • Firebaugh
  • Fowler
  • Huron
  • Kerman
  • Kingsburg
  • Mendota
  • Orange Cove
  • Parlier
  • Reedley
  • Sanger
  • San Joaquin
  • Selma
Unincorporated Cities / Communities

FCRTA also services many unincorporated rural cities / communities within Fresno County:

  • Alder Springs
  • Auberry
  • Big Sandy Rancheria
  • Burrough Valley
  • Cantua Creek
  • Caruthers
  • Cold Spring Rancheria
  • Del Rey
  • Dunlap
  • Easton
  • Five Points
  • Friant
  • Halfway
  • Indian Rancheria
  • Laton
  • Marshall Station
  • Meadow Lakes
  • Miramonte
  • New Auberry
  • Pinehurst
  • Prather
  • Raisin City
  • Riverdale
  • Squaw Valley
  • Table Mountain Rancheria
  • Three Rocks
  • Tollhouse
  • Tranquillity
About Our Vehicles

FCRTA is an environmentally friendly organization that believes in protecting and preserving our environment. In order to reduce exhaust and greenhouse gas emissions, FCRTA’s fleet includes clean burning vehicles, alternatively fueled by compressed natural gas in accordance with the Clean Air Act. All vehicles are easily accessible to disabled individuals, and intercity buses are equipped with parcel and bicycle racks for riders’ convenience in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.