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Need a lift? Call TRIPS Public Transportation. TRIPS provides low-cost rides for Sandusky County residents for shopping trips, doctors' appointments and anywhere they may need to go within the county. Vehicles are handicap accessible.



Contact:
Schedule a ride at 419-332-8091

TRIPS Public Transportation Demand-Response Service

 

TRIPS provides low-cost general public transportation for Sandusky County residents, offering curb-to-curb service available 5 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 5 a.m.-noon on Saturdays. TRIPS offers:

• One-way rides at rates of $2, $3, or $4 depending on the zone of travel
• Pre-paid transportation tickets (call for more information)
• Accessibility for riders with wheelchairs
• Free caregiver rides
• Special fare rates for seniors 60 and older

 

Ride scheduling

Rides must be scheduled 24 hours in advance at 419-332-8091. Wheelchair accessible vehicles based on availability. Other considerations for scheduling TRIPS rides include:

• The pick-up location for the beginning trip must be in Sandusky County.
• Children under 10 years old must be accompanied by an adult.
• Child safety seats must be provided and installed by a parent/guardian.
• Payment must be made in cash or check

 

 

Get the Ecolane App

TRIPS Demand-Response Service passengers now have the ability to view their ride status or cancel an existing ride by downloading the Ecolane Mobile App.

To sign up, call TRIPS dispatch at 419-332-8091 or email trips@glcap.org

 

 

TRIPS Fremont Shuttle

TRIPS Fremont Shuttle routes operate 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Friday.

Shuttle service includes a Green Line Shuttle that serves Fremont's west side and an Orange Line Shuttle that serves Fremont's East side. Shuttles travel in hourly loops throughout the city, and will intersect at Wal-Mart once per hour (at the :10 minute mark) so that passengers may transfer from one shuttle to another if needed.

 

Boarding
To ride the shuttle, passengers should be at the stop at least 5 minutes prior to the scheduled time of arrival. Signs will be posted at each location to indicate the pick-up/drop-off point.


Cost

The cost to ride is $1 per one-way ride on the loop; there will be no additional charge for those transferring from one route to another during their trip.


Other information

TRIPS Fremont Shuttle is defined as a “deviated-fixed route” service. This means that while the shuttle follows the route and makes all stops as scheduled, the shuttle is permitted to deviate from the route no more than ¼ mile to pick up or drop off passengers as time allows. These rides must be scheduled at least 24 hours in advance by calling TRIPS at 419-332-8091.

Route Schedule & Map

 

 

Shuttle Map

 

 

How it works

West Side Fremont Shuttle
(Green Line)

(:00) Fort Stephenson
   
(:10) Wal-Mart
(transfer point)
   
(:20) Ross Apartments
   
(:25) Kroger
   
(:28) Potter Village
   
(:37) Firelands Counseling & Recovery Services
   
(:43) Community Health Services
   
(:48) ProMedica Memorial Hospital

 

East Side Fremont Shuttle
(Orange Line)

(:00) Sandusky County Senior Center/Board of Developmental Disabilities
   
(:02) Department of Job
& Family Services
   
(:10) Wal-Mart
(transfer point)
   
(:20) Fort Stephenson
   
(:26) Birchard Library
   
(:28) Janel Terrace
   
(:30) GLCAP
   
(:36) Commons at Little
Bark Creek
   
(:40) Advance Auto Parts (east)
   
(:44) Liberty Center
   
(:48) Big Lots

 

 

 

For more information

Call TRIPS dispatch at 419-332-8091 to schedule a ride.

For other inquiries regarding TRIPS, please contact us using the below link.

 

Contact Us

 

 

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