WE GO where YOU GO

Route 1, 2, 2A & 3
$1.20

Seniors 1 Silver Token

Under 5 FREE

Route Deviation $1 additional

Senior Route Deviation additional token

 General Public 1 Gold Token

Seniors 1 Silver Token

Route 5
$6.00

One Way or Round Trip, w/ Multiple Stops

Seniors Discounted Fare with Silver Tokens

Under 5 FREE

General Public 5 Gold Tokens

Seniors 5 Silver Tokens

Route 20
$7.20

One Way or Round Trip, w/ Multiple Stops

Seniors Discounted Fare with Silver Tokens

Veterans going to the VA Hospital

Under 5 FREE

General Public 6 Gold Tokens

Seniors 6 Silver Tokens

Route 22
$8.50

One Way Round Trip (Same day return only)

 

Route 23
$7.20

One Way or Round Trip, w/ Multiple Stops

Seniors Discounted Fare with Silver Tokens

Under 5 FREE

General Public 6 Gold Tokens

Seniors 6 Silver Tokens

 Visit our FAQ's page for more information.


 

PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT

Schoharie County Public Transportation

Fare Increase Effective 9/12/22

 

Schoharie County has worked to keep bus fare constant for the past 7 years. During that time, costs to operate bus services have risen and customer fares have not kept pace. To close this growing gap, Schoharie County Board of Supervisors has proposed the Schoharie County Public Transportation Department increase their bus fare effective 9/12/22. This increase would allow the agency to keep pace with inflation and continue to make improvements to bus services and facilities.

 

Fare Increase by Route

 

 

Routes 1, 2, 2A and 3 –

Fare will increase from $1.20 to $2.00 (one-way fare).Route deviation $2.00 per deviation. 

 

 

Route 5

Premium door-to-door bus service in outlying areas of County, increase from $6.00 to $10.00 (one-way or round-trip fare) 

 

Route 20 and 23 –

Demand response to Albany/Schenectady and Cooperstown, increase from $7.20 to $12.00 (one-way or round-trip fare) 

 

 

Routes 22 –

Commuter service to Albany – daily rate from $8.50 to $13.00, weekly fare (M-F) $50.00 Seniors (60 years +) can still purchase discounted tokens.  The new cost is $1.00 per token.    

 

 

Written comments regarding the proposed fare increase are invited from the general public by July 14, 2022. 

Christine Kraemer, Director

Schoharie County Public Transportation

114 Rock RoadCobleskill, NY 12043

(518) 234-0952 or

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OUR FARES

Cash:
All cash fares must be paid when boarding the bus.  

Students:
Valid Student ID must be presented at time of boarding the bus.  
Student Pass can only be used during SUNY Semester

Tokens:
Tokens may be purchased in advance at Schoharie County Public Transportation, Office For the Aging (silver tokens only) or by calling our office to arrange token purchase through the Bus Driver.  All Seniors purchasing tokens must be validated for eligibility prior to purchase.

Children:
Under 5 are FREE
(If all paid seats are taken, child can remain in your seat)
 

 To provide comments, please send an email to:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
or
mail to: 
Christine Kraemer, Director, Schoharie County Public Transportation, 114 Rock Road, Cobleskill, NY12043

 

 


Schoharie County Public Transit
MON
7:00 AM
TUE
7:00 AM
5:00 PM 5:00 PM
WED
7:00 AM
THU
7:00 AM
5:00 PM 5:00 PM
FRI
7:00 AM
5:00 PM
No Weekend Dispatch

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