Welcome to Steuben Transit
The Steuben County Transportation System is the public transportation service dedicated to providing safe, convenient and affordable transportation within Steuben County. If you have never used our system before, please take a few moments to check us out. Join the thousands of people making their transportation planning convenient and affordable and easy. See what's been going on with the all new Steuben
Public Transportation System , and welcome aboard! Our pride in our community shows as we continuously improve our image throughout this beautiful county in New York State. We would love to hear from you! If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions please contact us at: 1 607-734-5211
Check Out Our Services
- Dedicated Route Service
- Route Deviation
- Disabled/Senior Medicare Fare Programs
- Medicare Curbside Pickup Service
- Demand Response Service Program
511 Is Coming Soon
The Steuben County Transit System is soon to enter the world of 511 trip planning.
511NY is New York State's official traffic and travel info source. Taking public transit is safe and reliable, soon you will be able to go to our trip planner in the upper right hand corner of this page to start planning your trip, or simply dial 511 on your phone. Wherever you're going, 511NY is here to get you there.
Plan Your Trip
- Safety Tips
- Suggestions or Complaints
- Exact Change Please
Title VI Civil Rights
Suggestions or Complaints/Title VI Civil Rights Act – Suggestions or complaints about Steuben Transit should be directed to customer service department at (607) 734-5211 or online at ridectran.com. Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, or national origin in programs and activities receiving federal financial assistance. Title VI complaints should be directed to the Steuben County Planning Director Amy Dlugos at 607-664-2268. Also, you have the right to file your Title VI complaint directly with the Federal Transit Administration at: USDOT Federal Transit Administration, Region II, Regional Civil Rights Officer, One Bowling Green, Room 429, New York, NY 1004-1415.