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Transportation Resources

  • Greater Dayton RTA – Please visit the website for Route Schedules. RTA now offers TAPP pay and Fare Capping. 

All RTA fixed route buses have lifts or low-floor ramps and/or a kneeling feature to serve riders who use wheelchairs or have difficulty walking up and down steps. Every bus is equipped with securements for mobility devices. Operators are responsible for securement. Automated stop announcements keep people with visual impairments oriented to the bus route.

  • RTA Project Mobility Service – service for eligible riders who have a disability that prevents them from making some or all of their trips on fixed route buses, the RTA offers a shared-ride, door to door (origin-to-destination) service called Project Mobility. Project Mobility service operates in the same areas and during the same days and hours as the fixed route bus.  Individuals must complete an application process and be certified as eligible before scheduling any Project Mobility rides • Project Mobility service is available to people who have a physical and/or mental disability that prevents them from functionally using RTA fixed route buses for some or all of their rides. 
  • RTA Ride time and Schedules
  • Fares and Passes
  • New – TAPP pay and Fare Capping  – Videos on how to use the mobile app
  • Project Mobility Guide
  • For more information, call RTA Customer Service at 937-425-8300

Greene CATS – provides service to Greene County, connection Flex route service to Montgomery County RTA service, including a Ride Line service directly to Sinclair every two hours from 6:23 a.m. and the last run at 6:23 p.m.

Green Cats transportation bus at a Dayton stop.

Miami Valley Rider Finder – an information-only resource for public & mom-profit transportation in the Miami Valley to include Montgomery, Greene, Preble, Clark, Champaign, Miami, Darke, Shelby, and Logan Counties.

Catholic Social Services Ride Link – Connecting individuals to safe, reliable and affordable transportation.

  • For more information call 833-289-0227
  • Call Center open Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (excluding major Holidays)  24-hour notice is required for most transportation providers.  – searchable database by zip code for resources to help with child/elder care, food, clothing, misc goods, housing, health, financial and other free or reduced cost programs.

Resources - Outside of Montgomery/Green County

Warren County Community Resource Guidereferral for clothing, counseling services, disability services, employment, Family Supports, food pantries, homeless/housing, transportation, utility/emergency assistance.

Homeless and Low-Income Resources – listing of Housing/Shelters, Rent/Utility assistance, Food assistance, clothing assistance, medical/mental health, legal and veteran resources for Hamilton, Butler, Clermont, Warren, Adams and Brown counties in Ohio, Northern Kentucky, and Southeast Counties in Indiana.