Omnitrans fixed-route service consists of 35 convenient routes, including one peak-hour only service, two peak-hour trippers, and one regional express route, providing safe, dependable, and environmentally friendly transportation throughout the San Bernardino Valley. Omnitrans fixed-route service area covers 15 cities and portions of the unincorporated areas of San Bernardino County, to major destinations such as transportation centers, medical centers, educational facilities, shopping malls, business parks, and community centers. Routes are operated with 40-foot buses and twelve 30-foot buses, running primarily along major east-west and north-south corridors. Headways vary from 15-minute to hourly service, with approximately 18 hours of service on weekdays, 13 hours on Saturdays, and 12 hours on Sundays.
The sbX Green line, San Bernardino County’s first-ever express passenger service, offers quick, convenient, comfortable, and affordable transportation to major destinations in the cities of San Bernardino and Loma Linda (view route map). The sbX fleet consists of 14 deluxe 60-foot articulated vehicles powered by environmentally-friendly compressed natural gas, with 16 art-inspired stations at key destinations along the 16-mile route, dedicated bus-only lanes, traffic signal prioritization, and convenient onboard Wi-Fi, power outlets, and bike racks. Service runs weekdays every 10 minutes during peak hours, 15 minutes off peak. On Saturdays, service runs every 20 minutes. In addition to the existing Green Line, the next sbX segment will be the West Valley Connector Corridor.
OmniGo is three circulator service routes serving the communities of Chino Hills, Grand Terrace and Yucaipa. OmniGo service features 16-passenger vehicles and fixed route fares, enabling residents of these communities to have access to major area destinations, including middle-schools and high-schools, senior centers, and shopping centers. Frequency of the circulators ranges from 30 to 70 minutes and all three routes provide service on weekends.
Access ADA Service
Omnitrans Access Service is an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) mandated public transportation service for people unable to independently use the fixed route bus service in South Western San Bernardino County for all or some of their trips. Access provides curb-to-curb service to complement the Omnitrans fixed-route bus system, and is available during the same periods that fixed-route service operates. For information, go to the Access page.
Special Transportation Services
The Special Transportation Services (STS) Department provides additional mobility solutions and support services for seniors and persons with disabilities. This includes the Travel Training Program which provides instruction and guidance on how to use the Omnitrans bus system, the Volunteer Driver Program which provides a mileage reimbursement for persons with disabilities or seniors who are unable to use public transportation, and the RIDE Taxi & Lyft Program which allows eligible residents in the Omnitrans service area to purchase taxi and Lyft fares at a discounted price. For more information, go to the Special Transportation Services page.
Redlands Passenger Rail Project (Arrow)
The Redlands Passenger Rail Project is a progressive regional transportation project designed to connect residents, businesses and visitors to a variety of leisure, education, healthcare and other destinations. This nine-mile rail project provides new transportation choices through the implementation of a new rail service that integrates conveniently with other modes such as auto, bus and bicycle. The Arrow service will be operated by Omnitrans. Construction is being led by the San Bernardino County Transportation Authority (SBCTA).