Public Transit

TRANSPORTATIONPublic Transit

Omnitrans is the regional provider of public transit throughout San Bernardino County. The Transit Center (adjacent to City Hall) facilitates a connection to two fixed-route regional bus lines and two other services: OmniGo and Access. The $2.7-million Yucaipa Transit Center was built as a joint project by Omnitrans and the City of Yucaipa to provide much needed public transportation. The Transit Center consists of an eight-bus bay center with a pedestrian plaza.  In addition to its eight centrally-located bus stops, the center features eight shelters, benches, and information kiosks in drought tolerant landscaping, including a fountain and clock tower at either end.

Fixed-Route Regional Bus Service

OmniTrans offers two fixed routes that connect San Bernardino, Loma Linda, Redlands, and Yucaipa. Stations along Route 8 include the 4th Street Transfer Center, San Bernardino International Airport, post offices,  Crafton Hills College, Beaver Medical Group, and Yucaipa Transit Center. Popular stops along Route 9 include the 4th Street Transfer Center, County Health Department, Loma Linda Medical Center, VA Hospital, Redlands Mall, Crafton Hills College, Yucaipa High School, and Yucaipa City Hall.

Local Shuttle Bus Service: OmniGo

OmniGo provides fixed-route shuttle service to local points of interest (e.g., Scherer Senior Center, City Hall, library, post office, Yucaipa Community Park, shopping centers, and the Yucaipa Transit Center). Route 308/309 runs a loop around Yucaipa Transit Center, via 5th, County Line, California, and Yucaipa and back again. Route 310 loops northern Yucaipa clockwise via 5th, Oak Glen, Bryant and Yucaipa on weekdays. Routes generally run every 30 to 60 minutes, depending on the time of day.

Access ADA Service

Omnitrans Access Service is an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) mandated public transportation service for people unable to independently use the fixed route bus service in South Western San Bernardino County for all or some of their trips. Access provides curb-to-curb service to complement the Omnitrans fixed-route bus system, and is available during the same periods that fixed-route service operates. The Access service area is up to 3/4 mile on either side of an existing bus route; view a service area map (service is available outside the standard area for an additional fee; see below for details). Access riders make reservations for their trips, or arrange a subscription service. For information not on this page, view the Access brochure in English or Spanish.