Omnitrans is the public transit agency serving the San Bernardino Valley, providing safe, reliable, affordable, friendly and environmentally responsible transportation. Omnitrans currently operates local and express bus routes, sbX bus rapid transit service, and Access, a paratransit service for the disabled.
Established in 1976 through a joint powers agreement, Omnitrans carries approximately 11 million passengers each year throughout its 480-square mile service area, covering 15 cities and portions of the unincorporated areas of San Bernardino County. Major destinations within the Omnitrans service area include transportation centers, medical centers, educational facilities, shopping malls, business parks, and community centers.
4,024,156 Total system ridership
4,646,749 Local & express fixed route ridership
65,972 Demand response ridership
6,614,134 Local & express bus mileage
1,860,176 Demand response mileage
456 sq. miles Service area
1.56 M Service area population
$90 Million Operating budget (excluding depreciation)
26 Local and express bus routes (peak)
174 Local & express peak hour buses
153 Local & express bus fleet
96 Demand response/shuttle fleet
268 Alternatively fueled bus fleet
16 JPA membership
19 Board members
515 Employees (peak)
|Fiscal Year||Ridership||% Change|
Omnitrans currently operates a fleet of 40 and 60-foot clean fuel transit coaches. Vehicles used for 300-series routes and Access service include gasoline and CNG-powered cutaway minibuses. In addition, Omnitrans has a vintage 1958 GMC TDH 4801 transit coach nicknamed Old Blue, which was restored in 2001 and is used for community events and parades.
|Local & Express||132||New Flyer (40’)||CNG|
|Local & Express||15||New Flyer (60’)||CNG|
|Local & Express||4||New Flyer (40′)||Electric|
|Demand Response & Small Buses||10||Ford Aerotech||Gasoline|
|Demand Response & Small Buses||15||Ford Starcraft||Gasoline|
|Demand Response & Small Buses||87||Ford Starcraft||CNG|
|Demand Response & Small Buses||5||Allstar||CNG|
|Restored Vintage Coach (Old Blue)||1||1958 GMC||Diesel|
As public transit provider to one of the fastest-growing regions in the nation, our success depends upon our ability to plan for the future.
West Valley Connector Corridor
The San Bernardino Valley will experience growing traffic congestion and one million more people by 2030. Omnitrans is working to improve mobility in the Valley with an enhanced, state-of-the-art bus rapid transit system.
The West Valley Connector Corridor is the next segment in this system. The project goals are:
- Respond to growth in Fontana, Rancho Cucamonga, Ontario, Montclair and Pomona
- Provide faster, more attractive transit service on Holt Blvd./Route 61 and Foothill Blvd./Route 66 corridors
- Connect all major activity centers:
- Ontario Mills, Convention Center and Ontario Airport
- Victoria Gardens, schools, downtown and civic center areas
3 Metrolink stations
- Major employers such as Kaiser Permanente Hospital
- Support the cities’ plans
- Analyze all viable alternatives to determine the best option
Erin Rogers, CEO and General Manager
Erin Rogers was appointed CEO/General Manager in July 2020. She previously served in an interim capacity starting November 2019, and first joined Omnitrans in 2017 as Deputy General Manager.
Rogers has three decades of experience in the transit industry including 16 years at the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) where she held the Assistant General Manager position for 10 years and was responsible for oversight and management of all fixed route bus and paratransit operations.
Prior to Omnitrans, Rogers worked for MV Transportation, Inc. as a Regional Vice President. In this role, she was responsible for the oversight of operating contracts with clients such as Los Angeles County Metro, North County Transit District in Oceanside, and Omnitrans.
Erin is a native of Syracuse, New York. She graduated from State University of New York, Geneseo and started her career with DAVE Transportation Services, Inc. in Boston, MA, as a paratransit manager. She is a member of the California Transit Association (CTA) Executive Committee, and has participated in Leadership APTA (American Public Transportation Association) and its Eno Executive Seminar. She has also been active in industry forums such as Women’s Transportation Seminar.
Information Technology Director
Chief Administrator Officer
Marketing & Communications Director
Chief Strategy and Planning Officer
|Chair: John Dutrey||City of Montclair|
|Vice Chair: Frank Navarro||City of Colton|
|Supervisor Curt Hagman||County, Fourth District|
|Supervisor Joe Baca Jr.||County, Fifth District|
|Supervisor Dawn Rowe||County, Third District|
|Supervisor Jesse Armendarez||County, Second District|
|Eunice Ulloa||City of Chino|
|Cynthia Moran||City of Chino Hills|
|Bill Hussey||City of Grand Terrace|
|John B. Roberts, Jr.||City of Fontana|
|Penny Lilburn||City of Highland|
|Alan Wapner||City of Ontario|
|Ron Dailey||City of Loma Linda|
|Denise Davis||City of Redlands|
|Rafael Trujillo||City of Rialto|
|Kristine Scott||City of Rancho Cucamonga|
|Helen Tran||City of San Bernardino|
|Bill Velto||City of Upland|
|Bobby Duncan||City of Yucaipa|
Transit Design GuidelinesOnline interactive toolkit – Transit Design Guidelines website
West Valley Connector Corridor
This study outlines options for providing premium bus service (Rapid or Bus Rapid Transit service) on the Holt and Foothill corridors in the western San Bernardino Valley.