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 bus service or personal transportation in their area
In addition to County-wide demand-response service, Benton County Transit also provides the Corvallis to Albany Connection, an origin-to-destination, round-trip Special Transportation Service between Corvallis, North Albany and Albany for individuals 60 years of age or older, and persons with disabilities of any age who cannot access fixed modes of public transportation such as the Linn-Benton Loop, Corvallis Transit System (CTS), or Albany Transit System (ATS), or other personal transportation. For more information click Here.
Fixed-route services are an excellent, encouraged option for those who are located near bus stops and for those that are not eligible for Special Transportation Services. Benton County Transit, Corvallis Transit System (CTS), and Albany Transit System (ATS) buses are wheelchair accessible. CTS buses have a feature that allows the bus to kneel, making it easier for passengers to board and exit the vehicle. To learn how to use the bus, call Corvallis Transit System at 541-766-6998; Benton County at 541-752-2615; and Albany Transit System at 541-917-7667. Or visit their respective fixed-route services on their websites through the following links:
Apply for Eligibility!
In order to be eligible for Special Transportation Services provided by the County, applicants must be eligible for service. To apply for program eligibility, please use the form at the bottom of this page (STF Ridership Application) and return it to the Transportation Coordinator at Benton County, at:
Benton County Rural & Special Transportation Services
Attn: Brad Dillingham, Transportation Coordinator
PO Box 1083
Corvallis, OR 97339-1083