We're headed in your direction.


Our wheels. Your independence.

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.

Intercity connections

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 serving the county since 2004
Linking people, jobs & community conveniently, consistently and safely.

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.

  • On Time

    Percent of loop buses running on time

  • demand response

    From the time a person calls for a pick up they are home within 30 minutes

  • Efficient

    Average daily percent of bus fleet available for service

  • cleanliness

    Average Quality Inspection scores for interior cleanliness


What's New

Get in touch

Font Resize