Use this page to learn how Transit is accessible to:
If you are new to our bus system, there are several tips that will help making your trip a safe one. See "How to ride."
Disabled persons unable to use regular bus service may qualify through a certification process for the City of Eureka Dial-a-Ride program. Read more about using Dial-a-Ride service to learn about scheduling reservations, cost, and other information. Click here to download a dial-a-ride application (PDF).
If you use a wheelchair or scooter, or have limited mobility, you can ride transit.
Wheelchairs and Scooters
The power lifts on buses can hold mobility devices up to 30 inches wide and 48 inches long, weighing less than 600 pounds when occupied.Scooters
You can bring an electric scooters on the buses as long as they meet the same physical specifications of a common wheelchair. If your electric scooter can not be properly secured, the driver will ask that you place your mobility device in the space provided on the bus.
We offer special straps that attach to the corners of your mobility device, making securement on the bus easier and faster. For more details call 707-443-0826 or email email@example.com.
If you are blind or have a vision impairment, you can ride transit.
Visually impaired riders using The Sendero Group BrailleNote or VoiceNote GPS wayfinding devices can access location and amenity information for every bus stop.
The Sendero Group includes transit information in its BrailleNote/VoiceNote User Points of Interest ("POI") database.
Braile Note/Voice Note User PQI download page
You can either "look around" by retrieving information relative to your GPS position or you can virtually explore an area before going there (this lets you review transit options before starting a trip).
In seconds, you'll know:
If you are interested in acquiring a BrailleNote/VoiceNote GPS device, contact Sendero Group at www.senderogroup.com or call 1-530-757-6800.
Service animals are welcome, but you may be asked to confirm that your animal is a service animal.
You are responsible for the care and supervision of your animal while on board. If you are planning on riding the bus with a service animal, please follow these guidelines: