Maps & Schedules

211 VetLink: Connecting Veterans to their Community

Getting around town just got easier for thousands of area veterans. 

Say hello to 211VetLink, a premier source of travel information for veterans on the go. The resource is part of a partnership between 2-1-1 Riverside County, 2-1-1 San Bernardino County and a host of regional transportation agencies. Riverside Transit Agency is proud to be a partner in this important project that provides veterans (and non-veterans) with transportation options to community resources, medical appointments, job interviews, food, shelter and much more. The first of its kind for Southern California, this trip planner takes into consideration not only date and time of trip, but also any special accommodations the rider requires such as curb-to-curb service or driver assistance.

Don’t have access to internet? Plan your next trip by calling 2-1-1 to speak with a friendly community resource advisor in Riverside County or San Bernardino County. The information center is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.  

Riding the bus is easy for veterans. RTA offers discounted fares to veterans and active military members. To qualify, customers must show appropriate ID each time they board a bus. Accepted forms of identification include valid U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs issued ID card or a U.S. Uniformed Services ID card indicating retired status. Active duty military personnel must wear the appropriate uniform at the time of boarding or present to the driver a valid U.S. Unformed Services ID card indicating active service or a Common Access card indicating uniformed services or active duty.

For help planning your next bus trip with RTA, please contact RTA’s Customer Information Center at (951) 565-5002. Thank you for your service. And thank you for riding the bus.



Travel Training

Our disabled and older customers are invited to take advantage of free personalized travel training. You'll learn how to find the bus, how to pay your fare, and much more.


Transportation NOW

For Transportation NOW members, it's all about being part of the movement. The movement of people on buses and trains, that is.

Since our inception in 1992, Transportation NOW has been a proud advocate and enthusiastic supporter of public transportation in Riverside County. Our efforts have produced results that will last a lifetime, and ensure that bus and rail usage remains an integral part of this region for years to come.

Members of our grassroots group — ranging from elected officials to community activists to everyday transit users — are committed not only to addressing regional transportation issues but meeting the needs of our individual communities.

And with growing concern over crowded freeways, rising fuel costs and emphasis on finding cleaner and greener ways to get around, Transportation NOW is focused on the challenges that lie ahead and dedicated to making a real difference.

There's never been a better time to be part of the movement. For more information or to join a chapter, call Eric Ustation at (951) 565-5250 or email at .

MAKING A DIFFERENCE in your community

Mission Statement

To advocate for the support of public transportation as an essential component to communities; to support and lobby for funding; to raise awareness of the benefits to businesses and communities of environmentally sound, safe, and energy-efficient transportation alternatives; and to encourage the use of public transportation in Western Riverside County.

2017 T-NOW Annual Meeting Photos

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Chapter Meeting Times and Locations:

The information below is each chapter's general meeting information. Meeting times and locations do change so please call (951) 565-5250 to confirm the meeting time and location for each meeting.

T-NOW_riversideGreater Riverside | View current agenda
Meets the second Thursday of the month, 3:00 p.m.

Established in 2009, the Greater Riverside chapter is among newest of the T-NOW chapters and serves a diverse population. The chapter is working with area colleges and universities to promote public transit and relieve traffic congestion in the surrounding communities. Group members are also committed to improving access to vital resources, enhancing community mobility, and ensuring that state and federal funding for public transit remains a priority.

T-Now_Hemet_San_JacintoHemet/San Jacinto | View current agenda
Meets the 2nd Wednesday of each month, 1:00 p.m.

The Hemet San Jacinto Area chapter was formed most recently and has quickly established itself as an active chapter. Composed of public officials, schools district representatives, local business owners, and members of the general public, the chapter has chosen to focus on improving connectivity to their region via bus, train, auto, and bike. The chapter works with local jurisdictions to improve bus stop amenities and ensure safe travel for school age children. Additionally, the members of the group are environmental stewards and work to advocate for environmentally friendly and sustainable transportation policy.

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Moreno Valley/Perris | View current agenda
Meets the 3rd Thursday of each month, 11:30 a.m.

The Moreno Valley/Perris chapter takes education seriously. That's why the group is involved in focus groups and school campaigns to ensure students arrive to school safely. A steadfast lobbyist for public transit in one of the fastest-growing regions in the nation, this chapter routinely evaluates bus routes and administers surveys to gauge demand for public transit, which has enhanced service in communities that need it most.


Northwest | View current agenda
Meets the 2nd Thursday of each month, 9 a.m.

This chapter's efforts to improve connectivity between bus and rail service help the residents of Corona, Norco, Eastvale, Jurupa Valley and surrounding communities. Members have successfully worked to help secure federal grant money for the advancement of public transit in the region. Plus, the group's participation in community events has educated countless individuals about the economic, environmental and personal benefits of riding public transportation.


San Gorgonio Pass Area | View current agenda
Meets first Thursday of the month, 12 noon

This chapter has long championed the cause for improved public transit in central Riverside County. Because everyone benefits from public transportation, this group is focused on educating various members of the community, especially senior citizens and youth. This chapter also studies public transit attitudes and trends to help improve bus connections locally and to other parts of the county.


Southwest | View current agenda
Meets the 4th Wednesday of each month, 12 noon

The Southwest chapter allows more people in Canyon Lake, Lake Elsinore, Menifee, Murrieta, Temecula, Wildomar and Riverside County areas to get involved in an issue that affects everyone living in this region. The chapter's popularity is growing as members ranging from lawmakers to school district officials to everyday bus riders join the cause. Like other chapters, the Southwest group is committed to promoting bus and rail use, and educating others about the economic, environmental and personal benefits of public transportation.

Executive Committee

The Executive Committee of Transportation NOW typically meets quarterly and is comprised of the Chairpersons of the six individual chapters. The Executive Committee members discuss transportation issues from a regional perspective and help frames issues and guide actions of the individual chapters. View current agenda.


Maps & Schedules

The Riverside Transit Agency offers 36 local fixed-routes services that connect local communities and eight CommuterLink express bus routes for long-distance commuters traveling to Metrolink, Coaster and Sprinter stations, business parks, shopping malls and regional transit facilities. Our service area covers 2,500 square miles of western Riverside County, the second-largest service area in the United States. Enjoy your trip, and thank you for riding the bus!

Effective May 14, 2017


  1. Maps & Schedules | By Route
  2. Maps & Schedules | By Community

Route 1 | UCR, Downtown Riverside, Riverside-Downtown Metrolink Station, Smith & 6th, W. Corona Metrolink

Route 3 | Swan Lake M.H. Park, Eastvale, Norco, Corona Transit Center, 10th & Belle  - Corona

Route 8 | Lake Elsinore, Wildomar

Route 10 | Big Springs & Watkins, Downtown Riverside, Galleria at Tyler

Route 11 | Moreno Valley Mall, March ARB, Alessandro & Frederick

Route 12 | La Cadena & Stephens, Downtown Riverside, Merced & Magnolia

Route 13 | Hunter Park Metrolink Station, Downtown Riverside, Galleria at Tyler - Riverside

Route 14 | Galleria at Tyler, Downtown Riverside, Loma Linda VA Hospital

Route 15 | Riverside-Downtown Metrolink Station, Downtown Riverside, Merced & Magnolia

Route 16 | UCR, Moreno Valley Mall

Route 18 | Sunnymead Ranch, Moreno Valley Mall, Moreno Valley College

Route 19 | Moreno Valley Mall, Perris Station Transit Center - Trumble Rd

Route 20 | Magnolia Center, Social Security Office, Moreno Valley March Field Metrolink Station, RUMC, Kaiser Permanente, Moreno Valley College

Route 21 | Galleria at Tyler, Country Village via Jurupa Valley

Route 22 | Downtown Riverside, Perris Station Transit Center, Lake Elsinore Outlet Center

Route 23 | Temecula, Murrieta, Wildomar

Route 24 | Temecula, Pechanga Resort

Route 26 | Orange Crest, Moreno Valley March Field Metrolink Station, Moreno Valley Mall

Route 27 | Galleria at Tyler, Orange Crest, Perris, Sun City, Hemet, Florida & Lincoln

Route 29 | Downtown Riverside, Eastvale, Hamner & Limonite via Jurupa Valley

Route 30 | Weston & Strohm, Perris Station Transit Center, May Ranch

Route 31 | Moreno Valley Mall, Beaumont, Banning, San Jacinto, Hemet Valley Mall

Route 32 | Hemet Valley Mall, Mt. San Jacinto College - San Jacinto

Route 33 | Hemet-Sanderson, East Hemet

Route 40 | Lake Elsinore, Canyon Lake, Quail Valley, Sun City

Route 41 | Mead Valley Community Center, RUMC

Route 42 | Hemet Valley Mall, San Jacinto, Soboba Casino

Route 49 | Downtown Riverside, Country Village via Jurupa Valley

Route 50 | Jury Trolley | Eden Lutheran Church, Riverside County Courthouse, Downtown Riverside

Route 51 | Crest Cruiser UCR, Canyon Crest, Riverside

Route 52 | UCR, Hunter Park Metrolink Station

Route 54 | Riverside-Downtown Metrolink Shuttle

Route 55 | Temecula Trolley | Harveston, Promenade Mall, County Center Dr

Route 61 | South Perris Metrolink Station, Sun City, Menifee, Murrieta, Temecula

Route 74 | San Jacinto, Hemet, Winchester, Menifee, Sun City, South Perris Metrolink Station, Perris

Route 79 | Hemet, Winchester, Temecula

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Route 202 | Murrieta, Temecula, Oceanside Transit Center

Route 204 | UCR, Downtown Riverside, Country Village, Ontario Mills, Montclair Transcenter

Route 206 | Temecula, Murrieta, Lake Elsinore Outlet Center Park and Ride, Tom’s Farms, Dos Lagos, Corona Transit Center

Route 208 | Temecula, Murrieta, South Perrris Metrolink Station, Perris Station Transit Center, Moreno Valley Mall, UCR, Riverside-Downtown Metrolink Station, Downtown Riverside

Route 210/Sunline 220 | Palm Desert, Thousand Palms, Beaumont Walmart, Moreno Valley, UCR, Riverside-Downtown Metrolink Station | RTA PASSES, AND GO-PASS, U-PASS AND CITY PASS PROGRAMS NOT ACCEPTED ON SUNLINE 220

Route 212 | San Jacinto, Hemet, Perris Station Transit Center, UCR, Riverside-Downtown Metrolink Station, Downtown Riverside

Route 216 | Riverside-Downtown Metrolink Station, Downtown Riverside, Galleria at Tyler, Corona, Village at Orange

Route 217 | San Jacinto, Hemet, Temecula, Escondido

OCTA Route 794/794A | La Sierra Metrolink Station, Canyon Community Church, South Coast Metro



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Banning RTA 31, Pass Transit, Greyhound
Beaumont RTA 31, 210, Pass Transit, Amtrak Thruway, Sunline 220
Canyon Lake RTA 40
Corona RTA 1, 3, 206, 216, OTCA 794A, Corona DAR, Corona Cruiser, Metrolink
Country Village RTA 21, 49, 204, Omnitrans
Eastvale RTA 3, 29
Escondido RTA 217, MTS, NCTD, Sprinter
French Valley RTA 79
Glen Avon RTA 21, 49
Hemet RTA 27, 31, 32, 33, 42, 74, 79, 212, 217, Amtrak Thruway
Highgrove RTA 12, 14, Omnitrans
Homeland/Romoland RTA 27
Jurupa Valley RTA 321, 29, 49, 204
Lake Elsinore RTA 8, 22, 40, 206
Loma Linda RTA 14, Omnitrans
Mead Valley RTA 22, 41
Menifee/Sun City RTA 27, 40, 61, 74, Amtrak Thruway
Mira Loma RTA 21, 29
Moreno Valley RTA 11, 16, 18, 19, 20, 2631, 41, 208, 210, Amtrak Thruway, Sunline 220
Montclair RTA 204, Metrolink, Omnitrans, Foothill Transit
Murrieta RTA 23, 61, 202, 206, 208
Norco RTA 3
Oceanside RTA 202, Coaster, Metrolink, Amtrak California, NCTD Breeze, Sprinter
Ontario RTA 204, Omnitrans, Metrolink
Orange RTA 216, OCTA
Orange Crest RTA 26, 27
Pedley RTA 2129, Metrolink
Perris RTA 19, 22, 27, 30, 41, 6174, 208, 212, Amtrak Thruway, Greyhound
Riverside RTA 1, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 2627, 29, 49, 50, 51, 52, 54204, 208, 210, 212, 216, OCTA 794, Riverside Special Transportation, Amtrak Thruway, Metrolink, Omnitrans, Amtrak, Sunline 220
Rubidoux RTA 29, 49
San Jacinto RTA 31, 32, 42, 74, 212, 217
Temecula RTA 23, 24, 55, 61, 79, 202, 206, 208, 217, Greyhound
Temescal Valley RTA 206
Wildomar RTA 823
Winchester RTA 74, 79
Woodcrest RTA 22, 2627
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