Ride WRTA Fixed Route buses to get to the most popular neighborhoods and destinations in the Valley, including:
Download and use the myStop Mobile app to plan your trip, track your bus in real time, and even get a text alert when it’s getting near. You can text from any bus stop to get schedule info too!
Travel from your home to any location in Mahoning County (Mon.–Sat.) or Trumbull County (Mon.–Fri.) not served by our Fixed Route buses with this scheduled curb-to-curb small-bus service. Vehicles are wheelchair-accessible.
Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) is land development that makes it easier and safer for people to get around. TOD attempts to put public transit, bicycling, and walking on an even playing field with driving.
Late Night is just right for a ride anywhere within our Mahoning County Fixed Route service area. Call in advance to schedule this curb-to-curb service that uses dedicated transit vehicles.
WRTA buses follow a regular schedule in Mahoning County (Mon.–Sat.) and Warren (Mon.–Fri.) on 30 fixed routes that serve most neighborhoods and retail centers. Check the maps and schedules to choose the best route for your ride.
If you’re 65+ or ADA-eligible and are unable to use or have difficulty using the bus, you may be eligible to use this curb-to-curb scheduled service to travel to and from any location within WRTA’s Fixed Route service area. Call for more information.
WRTA celebrated its 50th anniversary with a recognition event at Federal Station. Western Reserve Transit Authority began operations in 1971 and has continued to carry out its mission of “Giving The Valley a Lift” ever since. WRTA was honored to have the following partners, area officials and representatives present at …
Even though its buses continued to roll, WRTA eliminated fares in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Riders had many challenges during the pandemic and WRTA wanted to help. Free fares made it easier for riders to get to their jobs, grocery shopping and medical appointments. The positive response …
WRTA’s Market Street Corridor Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) planning begins its public outreach events with information displays at the African-American Men’s Wellness Walk and the Boardman Park Family Fun Night, both on Saturday, August 14, and an online survey to gather public input from WRTA customers and Boardman and Youngstown residents. …
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