FAQs

 

Where does Benton County Transit provide service?
Benton County provides fixed-route transit between Corvallis and Adair Village (99 Express) and between Newport, Corvallis and Albany (Coast to Valley Express). Additionally, Benton County provides demand-response service throughout Benton County. You can see the services that we provide by clicking Here

How much do Benton County's transportation services cost?
Benton County operates multiple routes and services and fares vary depending on the service. Click on the following services to see how much they cost:

Do I qualify for Special Transportation Services?
The Special Transportation Fund (STF) service provides wheelchair accessible, demand-response transportation for Benton County residents who are:

  • Individuals 60 years of age and over;
  • People of all ages with disabilities who are unable to access fixed-route transit service or personal transportation in their area.

How do I apply to be eligible for Special Transportation Services?
In order to establish eligibility for Special Transportation Services provided by the County, applicants must apply. Click Here to visit the 'How to Ride!' page and apply for eligibility. 

What is Dial-a-Bus?
Dial-a-Bus is a local non-profit organization that is contracted to operate Benton County's public transportation services. 

 

Click Here to return to the Benton County Transit home page.