- Fixed-Route—scheduled service
- Dial-A-Ride/Para transit—curb-to-curb or door-to-door accessible service
- Demand/Response—requests served in order received, taxi-style (may also be curb-to-curb or door-to-door accessible service)
- Medical Rides—regularly-scheduled service between rural areas and medical facilities for the purpose of transporting passengers for dialysis or chemotherapy; system may be formal or volunteer-based
- City to City—used as a regularly-scheduled means for rural residents to travel to larger cities to access goods and services not available in their home towns
- Intercity—feeder service to commercial over-the-road bus lines.
The NDDOT administers federal transit grant funds to rural, non-urbanized areas (less than 50,000 populations) and state-aid funding for the entire state, and ensures that transit projects meet federal and state regulations and requirements. Federal grant funding is provided through the Federal Transportation Administration. State Aid for Public Transit funding is determined biennially by the state legislature and distributed by a formula set forth in the North Dakota Century Code.
Transit Providers Information
To see providers services and hours in each county click on a region on the map provided below.