Bay Area Loop Service
CCAT operates two loop services throughout Coos Bay and North Bend: the Bulldog Express and the Pirate Express. Both routes have similar service hours between about 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. On Saturdays we have the Weekend Express with our Red Trolley.
The CCAT Dial-A-Ride Program includes curb to curb service within the city limits of Coos Bay and North Bend, Bandon city limits. Call today to see if you are eligible: 541-267-7111. There is an application process.
The Timber Express Intercity Connector operates two runs per day Monday through Friday. The Powers Stage runs to Myrtle Point, Coquille, North Bend, and Coos Bay every Thursday and the second Tuesday of the month.
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Coos County Area Transit Service District is a governmental entity without taxing authority providing public transit services through the county. A combination service of demand response, dial-a-ride and inter-community service in Coquille, Lakeside-Hauser, and Myrtle Point, with only demand response Coos County Area Transit is made possible through partnerships with city, county, state agencies, area employers and, of course, our riders.
The fixed-route Loop Bus service is designed for general public use but is also accessible by seniors and people with disabilities.
Dial-a-ride service is primarily aimed at solving transportation needs of elderly, disabled, and financially disadvantaged persons.
Percent of loop buses running on time
From the time a person calls for a pick up they are home within 30 minutes
Average daily percent of bus fleet available for service
Average Quality Inspection scores for interior cleanliness
Proposals are being accepted by South Coast Business on behalf of the Coos County Area Transportation District for Marketing & Community Outreach Program. Current Solicitations
Opportunity to apply for Statewide Transportation Improvement Fund Program and 5310 Program Solicitation Proposals are being accepted by South Coast Business on behalf of the Coos County Area Transportation District for transportation services benefiting the elderly and people with disabilities. Programs eligible for Statewide Transportation Improvement Funds or 5310 Funds are limited strictly to those[…]
MEDIA RELEASE September 2, 2022 Coos County, OR – The Coos County Area Transportation District (CCATD) is inviting community members to a virtual workshop to learn about county and region-wide efforts to coordinate transportation services and to comment on proposed strategies to address gaps in service. Public Workshop! CCATD/CIT Coordinated Human Services Public Transportation Plan[…]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 17, 2022 Contact: Melissa Metz, General Manager Phone: 541-267-7111 Email: email@example.com Coos County Area Transportation District is accepting applications to fill one open position on its board of directors. The appointee, for position 3 on the Board of Directors, will serve until the next election June 30, 2023. Mrs. Kelly Irvin[…]
Coos County Area Transportation District frequently reviews fixed routes in efforts to ensure the routes are able to maintain published schedules, and to ensure the most efficient route service is made available to the riding public. CCATD is publishing the proposed refinements for Pirate, Charleston and Roseburg routes found at this link: https://files.scbec.org/nextcloud/index.php/s/5LoMtjsTCroGHGm Written comments[…]
Coos Area Transportation District is still seeking General Management Services. The General Manager is the mouth piece for the board of directors and has a tremendous impact on the vitality and success of the District. Please find the Request for Proposals and additional position information here.
CCATD has completed a draft update to it’s Transit Master Plan. The CCATD Board will consider adopting this plan on February 8th. To learn more about the plan and let us know what you think, please participate in this online workshop between now and February 4th. http://workshops.kaiproject.com/workshops/78-coos-county-area-transit-ccat-district-draft-transit-master-plan
The information you provide will be used to update the Coos County Veterans Transportation Needs Assessment. The information will be used to support a grant to fund transportation services for Vets. Please fill out each question to the best of your ability. Thank you for your participation. All surveys will be kept anonymous. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/WQHJXGN
CCATD is writing a grant to provision Veteran Transportation Services. We are doing two assessments. This is the first assessment looking for input from Veteran Advocates and Veteran Service Providers. It will only take 6 minutes to complete. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Q7X826G
Coos County Area Transportation (CCAT) District has received funding from Oregon’s Statewide Transportation Improvement Fund to start a new bus route along Highway 42 between North Bend / Coos Bay and Roseburg. The route is expected to operate on Tuesdays and Thursdays. We would like your input to help plan this route. Please take 5[…]