$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)
We produce an annual report detailing news and events of the past year, awards, general financial data, and plans for the future. This report was printed as a booklet until Fiscal Year 2019-2020 when we transitioned to a video version.
Each year, Cherriots has an independent auditor review our statements of net position, statements of revenues, expenses and changes in net position, and cash flows. The audit is based on the fiscal year starting July 1 and ending June 30.
Quarterly Performance Reports are presented to the Board of Directors while Annual Performance Reports offer a higher-level analysis. These reports cover topics such as ridership and revenue hours for all Cherriots services.
Data on security issues is presented to the Board of Directors each year. This report covers items such as ordinance violations, bus rides by security staff, and customer service contacts.
The Coordinated Public Transit – Human Services Transportation Plan outlines Cherriots guidelines for projects receiving grant funding.
Our Service Guidelines map out our methods for gathering public input, our guidelines for designing our system, and they establish our benchmarks for measuring progress. This report gives a comprehensive explanation of how and why we do what we do.
After learning about future available funding from HB 2017, the Planning Department created a unique Service Plan covering all of 2018-2019 to better plan for a significant expansion of services. We call the plan A Better Cherriots.
While providing an overview of the District’s operations, services, and programs, the Strategic Plan translates the words of the Cherriots guiding principles – vision, mission, and values – into actions.
Cherriots is committed to respecting everyone's civil rights. The Title VI Program document details these efforts.