For information about routes, schedules, and planning your next bus trip, please visit Visalia Transit's website or call 1-877-404-6473.
First: Find the route that gets you closest to your destination. Determine which way the Route runs by the arrows on the map. (Some routes include an A and B segment which typirally mean they run in a clockwise, and counter clockwise schedule.
Second: Find the time-point nearest your stop. If the bus will pass your stop before the time-point, be sure to give your self a few extra minutes to catch the bus.
Third: Read down the list of times to determine what the closest arrival time for that stop will be to get your to your destination on time.
Fourth: Sit back and relax, and let us do the driving!
If a customer has turned it in or a driver has noticed it, it will be turned in at the Visalia Transit Operations Facility location at 525 N. Cain St., Visalia. You can also call: 559-713-4754 to find out if we recovered your lost property.
If you lose something on the bus, please call as soon as possible. After holding an item for 7 days, the item(s) will be donated.
For information about routes and Visalia Transit schedules, please visit Visalia Transit for information, or call 877-404-6473 to speak with a Greenline operator. In case of emergency, please call 911.
We have a range of passes to fit your transportation needs. Please visit the link below to help you determine which pass work work to get you where you need to go!
Visalia Transit operates Fixed Route buses that run on major streets on a fixed route and schedule. We also provide Dial-A-Ride service that provides curb to curb transportation geared for use by the elderly and disabled.
Visalia Transit operates the Visalia Towne Trolley that serves downtown Visalia.
Tulare County Area Transit (TCAT) provides services into Visalia and operates fixed routes throughout Tulare County.
Kings Area Rural Transit (KART) comes from Kings County three times daily. Amtrak has a bus from the Hanford station twice daily.
Greyhound serves Visalia and Goshen several times daily.
For more information on transportation services in the City, visit transit services online.
Bus stops are located at various points along each route throughout the communities of Visalia, Goshen, Exeter, and Farmersville. For information about a specific stop, please visit our bus stop and schedule page or call 1-877-404-6473.
The Visalia Transit Center is located at 425 E. Oak Avenue in Visalia between Bridge Street and Santa Fe Street. You can catch Visalia Transit, Tulare Intermodal Express, Tulare County area Transit, and Greyhound buses at the Transit Center.
Buses stop at all bus stops if someone is waiting for the bus. There are close to 500 bus stops throughout the Visalia Transit service area. Our Transit Guide would be a fairly large and complicated book if we listed them all. Instead “time-points” are listed as general indicators of the route taken. Simply determine where your stop is located in relation to the listed time-points to find the best place to get on or off to get you where you need to go. When in doubt, please arrive a few minutes early or confirm a pick-up time from a Greenline Operator (1-877-404-6473).
Each bus is equipped with 2 bike racks that are available on a first come, first serve base. If you need assistance getting your bike loaded on the bus, be sure to show up to your bus stop with plenty of time, and kindly ask your driver for assistance or instructions.
No animals are allowed on public transportation even if it is tied or caged. The only exception would be if it is a service animal.
For both safety and sanitary reason, no drinking of beverages or eating of food is permitted on the bus. A driver has the right to ask a passenger to properly dispose of either before allowing a passenger on.
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Yes. All buses have wheelchair lifts and tie downs. All Visalia Transit buses operate in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Dial-A-Ride is a Curb-to-Curb service that compliments the Fixed Route service primarily for ADA eligible riders. To be ADA eligible your disability must prevent you from getting to a Fixed Route bus stop or from boarding a Fixed Route bus. ADA status requires an application with doctor verification. Reservations for ADA riders can be made up to two weeks in advance. For application information call - 713-4100.
There is hourly bus service to the Airport upon request via Route 15. Check out our schedule for more information.
The City is served primarily by Visalia Unified School District. They can be reached at 730-7594.
You can purchase a Sequoia Shuttle round trip ticket at www.sequoiashuttle.com. There are no actual tickets to pick-up. You should have received a confirmation page via email if you booked your reservations on line. If you did not receive one, please check your SPAM filter to allow it through. The confirmation page and photo ID will be sufficient to get you on board the shuttle. In either case the driver has a rider manifest that tells him exactly who, where and when to pick people up. Please be present at your pick-up location 10 minutes before your scheduled pick-up time.