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Creekside Trail 1, 2, 11
Stillwater River Trail 16, 24, 34
125的彩的网Iron Horse Trail 2, 7, 11, 12, 16, 23
Wolf Creek Trail 8, 9, 14, 16, 24, 40
Great Miami River Trail 5, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 14, 16, 17, 18, 19, 22, 24, 42, 60
Little Miami Scenic Trail 1
Simon Kenton Trail 3, 4, 5, 6
Buck Creek Scenic Trail 3, 4
All buses feature bike racks mounted on the front of the bus for carrying bicycles.
125的彩的网Little Miami Scenic Trail Green and Yellow
Creekside Trail Green and Red
125的彩的网Wright Bros./Huffman Prairie Trail Blue
125的彩的网All buses feature bike racks mounted on the front of the bus for carrying bicycles.
Transit buses in the Miami Valley feature bike racks, free to use for transit passengers. Use these racks to carry your bike, while you ride in comfort in the bus. Is your commute uphill? Take the bus that way and ride downhill the other way! Unexpected rain shower? Take transit and stay dry!
125的彩的网The transit bike rack service is provided as a benefit for passengers of the and system. Anyone may use the racks at his or her own risk. Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Bus riders are responsible for loading and unloading the bike rack and for keeping an eye on their bicycle. Bicycles must be properly secured to prevent hazards to passengers or buses. See below for bike rack instructions.
Easy-to-use bike racks are available year-round on all buses, routed specifically to provide bicyclists with convenient transportation to work, local bikeways and universities. Each light-weight rack conveniently holds two bicycles and can be used in just seconds.
Transit customers may use bike racks on buses on a first come, first served basis at no extra charge. If the rack is full the customers must wait for the next bus. Bikers may take bicycles on board only if a scheduled bike rack bus arrives without a rack.
on using the bus bike racks!
125的彩的网The Greater Dayton RTA operates 29 routes throughout Montgomery County, with specific routes to Wright State University and Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Greene County. GDRTA provides conveniently located transit centers and Park-n-Ride lots, as well as more than 50 token and pass sales outlets. All RTA buses include bike racks and are wheelchair accessible. For detailed route schedules, and service times, and information about other RTA services, such as ADA paratransit, please visit the . GDRTA operates every day, with weekday, weekend and holiday schedules.
Springfield City Area Transit (SCAT) is the transit system which is responsible for providing public transportation within the City of Springfield. SCAT operates from 6:40 am until 5:40 pm Monday through Friday and is closed on major holidays. SCAT operates 11 routes on their fixed route service, a demand response service (Dial-A-Ride), as well as an ADA paratransit service. SCAT fixed route service does not operate on set stops, but rather picks up passengers on any safe street corner along the route. For detailed route schedules and times, please visit the , or contact the SCAT rideline at (937) 562-6466. All fixed route vehicles in the SCAT fleet are equipped with bike racks.
Greene CATS provides two types of Demand Responsive service: (1) Scheduled Ridespick up and drop off riders at any location within Greene County with limited service to Montgomery County. Operating Monday-Sunday 6:00 am - 9:00 pm; (2) Flex Routes have defined routes with scheduled time points that circulate and link Greene County communities of Beavercreek, Fairborn, Xenia, and Yellow Springs; operating seven days a week. A flex express route that connects Xenia to Downtown Dayton is also available weekdays only. Deviations on Flex Routes up to 1/2 of a mile are available upon request a minimum two business days in advance and up to one month in advance.