Eau Claire Transit is a low cost way to get you from A to B. With fuel prices soaring Eau Claire Transit offers you a chance to save some of that hard earned money. Allow us to be you personal chauffeur, so sit back relax and let us take care of the driving for you.
- 11 routes that all converge at the Transfer Center in downtown Eau Claire.
- All buses have a low-floor and are equipped with a ramp and bike racks.
- Neighborhood routes operate on an hourly frequency; while the more heavily traveled routes provide 30 minute service.
Information for Moms
Did you know that you can ride the Eau Claire City Bus for FREE to the Eau Claire Public Library?? Mike Branco of the Eau Claire Transit System and Shelly Collins-Fuerbringer of the L.E. Phillips Memorial Public Library explain!(Full Story)
Many of us are familiar with web sites such as MapQuest to generate step by step directions on how to drive from Point A to Point B…and to plan how much time we will need to travel to our destination. Well, if you are someone who uses the public transportation system instead, (like the Eau Claire city bus, for example), it is still very helpful to know how long it will take to get to the place you want to go, so you can plan out your day accordingly. Well, there is now a NEW online trip planner called Google Transit that is available for bus riders so they can do exactly that!(Full Story)
Have you ever wondered if there are any differences between a city bus and a school bus---both in terms of how you ride the bus as a passenger or how you drive as a motorist sharing the roadways? Well, yes, in fact, there are differences(Full Story)
Eau Claire Transit FAQ
Q: How much does it cost to ride the bus?
The answer is simple; there are many different fare types to choose from. They can be found here: click here
Q: How do I get from my house to where I would like to go?
You have many options for you to choose; you can look for yourself at the maps, and they are located here: click here
or you can call our excellent customer service staff and they would be willing to help you organize your schedule accordingly, at 715-839-5111.
Q: Can I bring my dog on board.
You can bring a dog on board if the dog is a service animal. You can bring animals on board if they are not service animals but they have to be an a kennel or a cage.
Q: If there are no bus stop signs on my route how do I know where to pick the bus up at?
We are in the process of putting bus stops signs up on all of our routes. We have not done all the routes yet, until that happens we still will make it a practice to pick passengers up at certain intersections before the cross street, you will still have to wave at the bus and then the driver will pull over.
Q: What are the service time and hours