Introduction: The transit system known as Yavapai Regional Transit notices the public of its intent to apply for Section 5311 Rural Transportation Grant funding through the Sate of Arizona Department of Transportation for the administration and operation of a public transit system beginning October 1, 2018 through September 30 2020. Entire notice publication below:
Help Yavapai Regional Transit, and enjoy a tax credit for the 2017 tax year! Yavapai Regional Transit is now a Qualifying Charitable Organization. Donate NOW and receive a TAX CREDIT on your Arizona 2017 Income tax. Your donation will provide mobility and independence to residents of the Tri-City area. Yavapai Regional Transit has made it
Beginning on January 2, 2018 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 is marked "Veteran" on it (see picture for an example). Do you need to get your
On Saturday, December 4, 2017 Yavapai Regional Transit joined with the Chino Valley Elks Club for their annual "Clothe-a-Kid" event. 25 children were provided with funds to shop for new clothes at Walmart in Prescott. Volunteers for YRT drove two of their buses, along with members of the Elks Club, and provided escorts to assist
Yep, it's as simple as that! Board our bus, any day and any route, during the entire month of December and ride for FREE. Offer expires December 31, 2017. Note that bus service will not run on Christmas Day, December 25. Merry Christmas!