$3.20 for a One-Ride trip (one-way)
Cherriots Shop and Ride
$3.20 for a One-Ride trip on the Dial-a-Ride service (one-way)
$1.25 for a One-Ride trip on the Shopper Shuttle service (one-way)
Read the Existing Conditions Snapshot Report to learn more Cherriots current services and riders.
Ted Stonecliffe, deputy project manager for the Long Range Transit Plan project, was interviewed on KYAC (94.9 FM) radio on Jan. 18. The interview covered how people can participate in the online open house, the Virtual Workshop, and the upcoming tabling event.
In August 2021, Cherriots and Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc. kicked off a project to develop Cherriots first ever 20-year planning document. Called the Long Range Transit Plan (LRTP), this project will engage the public to develop a plan that will help guide the Cherriots transit network and regional transportation options as the region grows and the demand for public transportation increases.
A strong public transit system is the backbone of environmentally friendly and economically thriving communities. The Cherriots vision, mission, values, and brand promise represent the guiding principles for long-range transit planning. The guiding principles of the project are:
Making a positive difference by enhancing community livability through innovative, sustainable, regional transportation options.
Connecting people with places through safe, friendly, and reliable public transportation services.
Safety, service excellence, communication, innovation, and accountability.
Cherriots delivers a world class customer experience.
The goals and expectations of a 20-year LRTP for the Cherriots Local and Cherriots Regional systems include:
The following timeline provides both the project schedule and the deliverables that fall within each of the seven major tasks.
We are currently sharing information about Cherriots in the Existing Conditions Snapshot Report. In February, the team will begin developing and evaluating service scenarios and strategies for the future. We will bring these ideas to the public in Spring 2022 to get more of your ideas about services and how to prepare for the future.
If you have any questions or comments for project staff, please contact us using one of the methods below: