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Impact Notice:  Due to the Road construction and detours on Highway 89 and Road 1 North and Road 2 North at Safeway, the bus routes pick up and departure times could be delayed.  The road construction will continue until approximately September 10, 2021.  Please contact YRT’s dispatcher at 928-636-3602 for updated information.  Sorry for any inconvenience.

Masks are required of all riders through September 13, 2021 by Federal requirement.

Service into Frontier Village is still suspended by mandate of the Yavapai Tribal Government.  We will update this post when service there is restored.

Yavapai Regional Transit

Low Cost Bus Service to Chino Valley, Prescott, & Prescott Valley.

Why I ride Yavapai Regional Transit

“I ride the Yavapai Regional Transit to work because I am currently without a vehicle. Riding the Transit to work makes it possible for me to save money to buy a car. In fact if it wasn’t for the Transit I wouldn’t have consistent transportation to work. Therefore I would not still have a job.”

Veterans Ride Free

All U.S. military veterans will enjoy free rides on any of Yavapai Regional Transit’s buses.  Any route.  Any day. Veterans may be required to show the YRT Driver a state issued drivers license or ID Card that has the Veteran designation. Get the details.

Meet Ron Romley, Founder of Yavapai Regional Transit:


  • Singe ride (one-way) – $2
  • Senior (60+) / Disabled (one-way) – $1
  • Youth (8-17) – $1
  • 10-ride punch pass – $16
  • 10 ride pass for seniors & people with disabilities – $8


  • Red & Blue Routes: Connecting Chino Valley, Prescott, and Prescott Valley on Wednesdays.  
  • Gold Route: Local bus service within Chino Valley on Monday thru Friday. See Red, Blue, and Gold routes.
  • Green Route: Chino Valley to Prescott on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday. See Green route.