Yavapai Regional Transit Fares
|Single Ride (one-way)||$2.00|
|Senior (60+) / Disabled (one-way)||$1.00|
|10-Ride Punch Pass||$16.00|
|10-Ride Punch Pass|
Senior (60+) / Disabled
- Passengers must pay a fare, provide a ticket or have their punch card punched each time they board the bus.
- Cash fares must be paid with exact cash amount.
- Tickets and punch cards are available on the bus.
Transfers – If transferring from local route to regional, or from regional to local route please get a transfer card from the driver. You can ride the Gold Route to Safeway in Chino Valley and request a NO COST transfer to the Green, Red or Blue route. You only have to pay for one trip, even if you transfer to another bus. When you return on the Green, Red or Blue Route, you can transfer to the Gold Route at Safeway at NO COST to return home.
Lost and Found – Any items left on the YRT vehicles will be turned into the office at the end of the day. Please contact the Dispatcher at 928-636-3602 who will check for you. Lost items can be picked up at the YRT office at 389 W. Rd 2 South, B-1, behind the Mavrick station between 8-12, Monday through Friday.
Yavapai Regional Transit Accessibility
Yavapai Regional Transit provides ADA curb-to-curb, wheelchair lift equipped bus service for individuals with mobility limitations who reside within the 1-mile route deviation zone in Chino Valley and the 1/4-mile route deviation zone in Prescott and Prescott Valley, but are unable to access the bus stop. This service requires a 24-hour advance reservation. In order to request this deviated service, the rider MUST contact the YRT Dispatcher at 928-636-3602 before 5 PM the day before the trip so it can be scheduled onto the following day’s route.
The route deviation zone for Monday-Wednesday and for Tuesday-Thursday-Friday is shown on the map for those days.
For more information on route deviation for the general public or to schedule a trip, contact the Transit Dispatcher at 636-3602. There may be an extra charge for deviation unless you are age 60+ or are otherwise unable to travel to a bus stop. Yavapai Regional Transit will also assist in facilitating your trip with other area service providers.