The OSU / Stillwater Community Transit System
OSU-Stillwater Community Transit OSU-Stillwater Community Transit provides transit
service from 6:20 a.m. to 10:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, throughout the academic
year. Two routes are available on campus during the day, and one route is used during
the evening and summer sessions. Off campus, there are five routes during the day
and one in the evening. These routes provide service to downtown, dining, and entertainment
establishments. The stops may vary depending upon demand.
Stillwater-OSU Community Transit Event Calendar
All Off Campus Routes converge at the Multi-Modal Transfer Terminal where passengers
may transfer from one route to another.
Beginning August 6, 2012: All fixed route transit service is fare free to OSU students,
faculty and staff with a valid OSU ID Card. Fares for the public are $.75 per trip
for general passengers. Elderly (over 59), youth (5-18 years of age), disabled (with
approved ADA certification) or a Medicare Card holder pay only $.35 per trip and
OSU Paratransit customers ride fare free with valid ADA Paratransit Authorization
Pass . Persons under the age of 5 can ride THE BUS for free when accompanied by
a paid passenger. Transfers to other routes are free with paid fare.
OSU Transit has the highest commitment to public safety. Our bus operators are given extensive training
on keeping passengers, pedestrians, and motorists safe. Please help us in maintaining this high standard of safety by observing the rules outlined in
the Rules handbook.
For the safety and comfort of all OSU Transit passengers, staff and operators, OSU Transit has established a policy to address incidents of disruptive or abusive behavior by passengers. For more details, please refer to OSU Transit
Suspension for Abusive or Disruptive Behavior Policy..
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