PLAN YOUR TRIP
- Full Service now Restored to Route 60!!! Effective March 27, 2023
- TAP-N-RIDE Contactless Payment Option Now Available on MTA’s Dial-A-Ride Service!!
- NO FARE NOVEMBER!! EXTENDED THROUGH DECEMBER 31ST!!!
- Route 65 CC Rider 2 trips to Fort Bragg Effective August 1, 2022
- Public Transit a Safe Way to Travel During the COVID-19 Pandemic
- When a Ukiah Dialysis Clinic Lost Power, MTA Transport Was Critical
- Two Customers Cite MTA’s New Dial-A-Ride for Better Service
- MTA Offers Travel Training
- With Gas Prices Sky-High, It Pays to Take the Bus
- Six Top Hike/Bike Adventures, No Car Needed
- Bus #906 Rolls Down Road of MTA History
- Escape with a Car-Free Mendocino Coast Getaway
- Now Hear This: MTA Takes Credit Cards
- Why MTA? It’s a Great Way to Get to Mendocino County Attractions
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MTA SERVICE INFORMATION
Mendocino County, California. MTA’s service area encompasses about 2,800 square miles including the Mendocino Coast and Inland communities. The transit system includes a network of long distance, commute and local fixed routes, plus Dial-A-Ride services in Ukiah and Ft. Bragg. MTA provides service throughout the county, including the communities of Albion, Anchor Bay, Bodega, Bodega Bay, Boonville, Calpella, Caspar, Elk, Fort Bragg, Fort Ross, Freestone, Gualala, Hopland, Jenner, Manchester, Mendocino, Navarro, Philo, Point Arena, Redwood Valley, Santa Rosa, Sea Ranch, Stewarts Point, Ukiah, Willits, and Windsor.