This section includes information on local fixed route and dial-a-ride/paratransit services, transportation from rural communities to regional hubs, and related contact information.
To find a service, see Transit Providers Information.
Anyone can call for a ride from their local transit. Curb to destination service is the most common. Simply contact your local transit provider and check for regular service days. When you want a ride, call ahead and reserve a seat. To find a service, see Transit Providers Information.
Contact your transit provider to learn the hours of operation for local ridership.
A regularly scheduled service provides a means for residents of rural areas to travel to larger towns or regional hubs. This transit service helps members of the public access goods or services not available in their hometowns. By using public transit to travel to regional hubs, travelers can enjoy shopping, medical services, restaurants or entertainment without the cost of using their own vehicle or the worry associated with city traffic.
Regularly scheduled transportation between rural areas and medical facilities. Members of the public utilize this service to travel for medical appointments, dialysis or chemotherapy. Depending on the location, this service may be formally structured or provided as needed.
This service provides door-to-door accessible transport. Dial-A-Ride is an advance reservation transportation service for persons with disabilities and seniors. Eligible persons may schedule a ride by contacting the transit provider. The required notice is usually 24 hours in advance, though some agencies will take same day reservations.
A fixed route schedule to and from major North Dakota population centers is provided by Jefferson Lines out of Minnesota. Passengers can connect to local transit for the final leg of their journey to rural areas of the state.
To see providers services and hours in each county click on the map below to go to Transit Providers Information.
All counties in North Dakota have transit service 3 to 5 days a week.
Transit service is for everyone, the general public, students, veterans, the elderly and persons with disabilities.
Rural public transit is affordable and can help stretch dollars for single-income families, students and low-income workers.
The top reasons riders use transit in North Dakota: