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YCT offers accessible bus and reserved ride services throughout Yamhill County

Route & Service Information

Effective Monday, January 11, 2021
All Routes are Operating on Regular Schedules

Click a link below to open a route map with schedules.

All YC Transit information is available in alternate and accessible formats upon request.
Translation / Accessible Alternate formats: 503-474-4900
Central Translation: 1-800-CALL-CLI
Text-to-Voice (TTY) Relay: 711

 

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Yamhill County Transit provides accessible bus and reserved ride services throughout Yamhill County.

We currently operate local routes in McMinnville and Newberg, and four commuter routes to Hillsboro, Tigard, West Salem, and Grand Ronde. Dial-A-Ride and ADA Paratransit Rides are available in specific areas.

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How to Ride a Local or Commuter Bus

  • Arrive at the stop at least 5 minutes early.
  • Be ready to board with exact change or a valid transit pass
  • As the bus approaches, wave to the driver to let him or her know that you wish to board.
  • Stand back from the curb and wait until the bus comes to a complete stop. If you need assistance with the ramp or bike rack, just ask the driver to help.
  • Step onto the bus and pay your fare. Once you’ve paid, move towards the back to find a seat.
  • Along the route, the driver will announce each stop. When you hear your stop announced, let the driver know this is your stop.
  • Once the bus has stopped, collect your personal items and leave the bus through the back exit door.
  • Riders are expected to adhere to the safe ride rules and regulations at all times.
  • This includes maintaining a reasonable voice level and keeping all beverages in closed containers.

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January 15th, 1:37 pm

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Transporte Público del Condado Yamhill requiere que todos los pasajeros usen un cubrebocas como una máscara o pañuelo. “Cubrebocas” significa una cubierta del rostro de tela, polipropileno, papel u otro material que cubre la nariz y boca y que se coloca ajustadamente sobre la nariz, bajo la boca y los lados del rostro.A partir del 10/19/20, los protectores faciales no se recomiendan para sustituir los cubrebocas, excepto en situaciones muy limitadas. Guía estatal para cubrebocas, cubiertas del rostro y protectores facialesTransporte Público del Condado Yamhill quiere agradecer a todos los trabajadores esenciales y aquellos trabajando para atender directamente a las personas afectadas. Apreciamos mucho a todos los maravillosos miembros del personal de First Transit como administradores, choferes, despachadores, supervisores de campo y empleados de mantenimiento por hacer que los autobuses sigan transitando por las calles todos los días.Su seguridad es importante para nosotros.Los choferes de los autobuses están usando cubrebocas y, para limitar una exposición, los autobuses están equipados con una barrera protectora entre el chofer y el pasajero. Los cubrebocas están disponibles para los pasajeros que no tienen acceso a uno. Un desinfectante de manos también está disponible en los autobuses para los pasajeros. YCT cumple con el lineamiento de la gobernadora de limpiar cada cuatro horas todas las superficies tocadas con frecuencia en los autobuses. También desinfectamos y nebulizamos los autobuses todas las noches.Los autobuses tienen indicaciones visuales, marcas y señales para recordar a los pasajeros lo siguiente:• Máxima capacidad de los autobuses• Mantener cuando menos un distanciamiento físico de tres (3) pies de otros pasajeros• Mantener un distanciamiento físico de seis (6) pies del choferPor favor, recuerde poner de su parte:Siga las recomendaciones de la Autoridad de Salud de Oregón y los Centros para Control y Prevención de Enfermedades (CDC): Distanciamiento social: Practique un “distanciamiento social” manteniendo cuando menos una distancia física de tres pies (idealmente seis pies) entre usted y otras personas, incluyendo nuestros choferes y empleados. Evite participar en reuniones y eventos sociales grandes. Lávese las manos: Lávese las manos frecuentemente con agua y jabón por lo menos durante 20 segundos, especialmente después de usar el baño, antes de comer y después de sonarse la nariz, toser o estornudar. Si no tiene jabón y agua fácilmente disponible, use un desinfectante de manos que tenga cuando menos un 60% de alcohol. No toque su cara: Evite tocarse los ojos, nariz y boca con las manos sin lavar. Cubra su tos o estornudo: Tosa o estornude en un pañuelo desechable y después tírelo a la basura. Si no tiene un pañuelo desechable, use su codo (y no sus manos). Quédese en casa si usted no se siente bien Use un cubrebocas: Use un cubrebocas cuando salga a lugares públicos; los cubrebocas son requeridos cuando viaje en el trasporte público.La División de Ferrocarriles y Transporte Público del Departamento de Transporte de Oregón tiene un sitio web con las preguntas más comunes que provee una información valiosa para los pasajeros y otros participantes del transporte público con respecto al COVID-19, en lo que se refiere al transporte público en Oregón.First Transit800 NE 2nd StreetP.O. Box 393McMinnville, Oregon 97128YCBus.orgPrincipal503-474-4900Newberg503-538-7433Traducciones/Formatos alternativos accesibles 503-474-4900Central Translation1-800-CALL-CLIRetransmisión de texto a voz (TTY) ... See MoreSee Less
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January 5th, 2:59 pm

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WISHING YOU A SAFE & HEALTHY NEW YEAR!COVID-19 & SERVICE UPDATE - EFFECTIVE JANUARY 11, 2021 Yamhill County Transit Service & COVID-19 UpdateEffective January 11, 2021Yamhill County Oregon - Yamhill County Transit (YCT) operates transit service in Yamhill County with connections to Tri-Met, Cherriots, and Tillamook County Transit District.YCT staff continues to monitor ridership and staffing levels and will adjust services as needed. Ridership is slowly increasing and is currently at approximately 50% of normal. We are reinstating the Newberg Routes 5&7 starting January 11, 2021. At that time, all route service will be returned to the previous status.We are continuing the Fare Free policy, all local fixed and commuter routes, Dial-A-Ride, and ADA Paratransit services will be fareless until further notice. After a significant spike in Covid-19 cases, Oregon counties will continue pause of social activities.Yamhill County Transit continues to require all riders to wear a face covering, such as a mask or a bandana. “Face-covering” means a cloth, polypropylene, paper, or other face-covering that covers the nose and the mouth and that rests snugly above the nose, below the mouth, and on the sides of the face.As of 10/19/20 face shields are not recommended as a substitute for face coverings except in very limited situations. Statewide Mask, Face Covering, Face Shield GuidanceYamhill County Transit wants to thank all essential workers and those working on the front lines. We so appreciate the First Transit managers, drivers, dispatchers, field supervisors, and maintenance staff who are keeping the buses on the road every day. Your Safety is Important to us.Transit Drivers are wearing face masks and to limit exposure most buses are equipped with a protective barrier between the driver and the passenger. Masks are available to riders that do not have access to face coverings. Hand sanitizer is available on the buses for riders.YCT is meeting the Governor’s guidance to clean every four hours and wipe all frequently touched surfaces on the buses. We also disinfect and fog the buses each night. The buses have visual clues, markings, and signs to remind riders:• of the maximum capacity of buses• to keep at least three (3) feet of physical distance from other passengers• to keep six (6) feet of physical distance from the driver.Please remember to do your part:Follow the Oregon Health Authority and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) recommendations:• Social distancing: Practice “social distancing” keeping at least three feet and ideally six feet between you and other people, including our operators and employees. Avoid large gatherings and social events.• Wash your hands: Wash your hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom, before eating, and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing. If soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.• Do not touch your face: Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.• Cover your cough or sneeze: Cough or sneeze into a tissue, then throw that tissue in the trash. If you do not have a tissue, use your elbow (and not your hands).• Stay home if you are not feeling well• Wear a face-covering: Wear a face covering when out in public, and face coverings are required when riding public transit.The Oregon Department of Transportation Rail and Public Transit Division has an informative Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) website that provides valuable information for transit riders and stakeholders regarding COVID-19 as it relates to public transportation in Oregon. First Transit800 NE 2nd StreetP.O. Box 393McMinnville, Oregon 97128YCBus.orgMain503-474-4900Newberg503-538-7433 Translation/AccessibleAlternative Formats503-474-4900Central Translation1-800-CALL-CLIText-to-Voice (TTY) Relay711 ... See MoreSee Less
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December 15th, 5:33 pm

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December 2nd, 5:21 pm

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Small gestures mean so much! A big thank you to who ever you are. It is our pleasure to serve our community. They are in the office for everyone to enjoy. ... See MoreSee Less
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