Bay Area Loop Service
Coos County Area Transit (C-CAT) operates two loop services throughout Coos Bay and North Bend: the East and West Loops. Both routes have similar service hours between about 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
The C-CAT Dial-A-Ride vehicle fleet includes five vehicles for the Bay Area Dial-A-Ride, one vehicle for the Bandon Dial-A-Ride, and two vehicles for the Myrtle Point and Coquille Dial-A-Ride.
The Myrtle Point -Coquille Intercity Connector operates two runs per day Monday through Friday. The Lakeside–Hauser Route provides service between Lakeside, Hauser, North Bend, and Coos Bay – Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. The Powers Stage runs to Myrtle Point, Coquille, North Bend, and Coos Bay every Thursday.
Coos County Area Transit Service District is a governmental entity without taxing authority providing public transit services through the county. A combination service of demand response, dial-a-ride and inter-community service in Coquille, Lakeside-Hauser, and Myrtle Point, with only demand response Coos County Area Transit is made possible through partnerships with city, county, state agencies, area employers and, of course, our riders.
The fixed-route Loop Bus service is designed for general public use but is also accessible by seniors and people with disabilities.
Dial-a-ride service is primarily aimed at solving transportation needs of elderly, disabled, and financially disadvantaged persons.
Percent of loop buses running on time
From the time a person calls for a pick up they are home within 30 minutes
Average daily percent of bus fleet available for service
Average Quality Inspection scores for interior cleanliness
We are currently looking for talented and energetic customer service minded individuals to join our customer service team. With our rapid expansion, opportunities to grow into our management team also exist. Key Responsibilities: Responsible for the day-to-day aspects of the office, dispatch, fixed route and Paratransit (Dial A-Ride) activities of the transit system, including implementation[…]
CCAT will be awarding 3 surplus vehicles to Coos County non-profit organizations to help meet local transportation needs. This year CCAT will award two 12-passenger and one 8-passenger wheelchair lift-equipped paratransit vehicles. Organizations have until Aug 10 to apply. The vehicles will be awarded at the Aug 22 CCAT Board of Directors meeting. The application[…]
CCAT is accepting applications for the following position: Dispatch Your completed application and a cover letter describing your experience dispatching/scheduling rides with multiple drivers and vehicles can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or dropped off at the CCAT Office, 2810 Ocean Blvd. SE, Coos Bay. CCAT is an equal opportunity employer. Application Position Description
Calling All Coos County Artists! Enter CCAT’s “Design a Transit Wrap Contest” and see your artwork displayed on a CCAT bus. To enter, illustrate your original idea that represents our great community along with a positive transit message. Your original artwork will be displayed along with your signature on our New Fixed Route “Loop” buses.[…]
The CCAT Student Pass allows students currently taking classes at Southwestern Oregon Community college to purchase a monthly pass for $60.00. Whether you take CCAT to school, shopping, work, and more, your CCAT Student Pass will help you enjoy the freedom of unlimited, discounted travel throughout Coos County. Southwestern CCAT Bus Pass Now Only $[…]
The Coos County Area Transit District announced today it has been awarded a $153,000 grant to purchase (2) new Bay Area Loop Buses and (1) new Commuter Route Bus which provides weekday service within Coos County. The competitive grant, which is administered by the Coos County and funded by the Federal Transit Administration, is intended[…]