Routes & Schedules

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  • Where can I buy Bus Passes?

    You can buy passes on-line here, our customer service center at 1024 Leopard Street, our administration offices at 5658 Bear Lane, or at any of our retail locations at participating HEB locations. For a list of retail stores, click here.

  • Where do I find paper or electronic schedules?

    Paper schedules are available at many of our partner locations around town, including City Hall, La Palmera Mall, Del Mar College, TAMU-CC, and more than 40 other locations. You can also pick up all of our paper schedules at our customer service center at 1024 Leopard or our Administration Building at 5658 Bear Lane.

    You can download or view electronic versions of the schedules on our website here.

  • What’s the number to B-Line?

    To contact our Paratransit Division, call 361.289.5881.

  • How much does it cost to ride?

    For a complete list of our fares, visit our fares page here.

    Regular Fares

    Adult Single Fare $ 0.75
    Reduced Fare* $ 0.25
    Reduced Fare* Off-Peak $ 0.10

    (Reduced Fare* Off- Peak only valid weekdays only before 6am, 9am-3pm, and after 6pm).

     

    TAMUCC and Del Mar Students and Faculty

    Members of the TAMUCC and Del Mar faculty, staff and students may ride any of our fixed route buses for free. Simply show your SandDollar or Del Mar ID (Current semester sticker is required) to the bus operator.

     

    Premium Service Fares: Park and Ride/Express/Rural Services

    Adult Single Fare $ 1.25
    Reduced Fare* $ 0.25
    #94 Port Aransas Shuttle $ 0.25

    2 hour time limit transfer included with single fare. Transfer from Fixed Route to Premium Service will require difference in fare.

     

    B-Line

    Regular Fare $ 1.25
    Surcharge outside ¾ mile ADA zone $ 2.00

     

    Harbor Ferry Fares

    Round Trip Pass $ 3.00
    Reduced Fare* $ 1.50
  • How do I get a reduced fare card?

    To apply for the Reduced Fare ID Card, click download this form and submit. For student ID applications, click here.

  • Can I use my Medicaid card for reduced fare?

    No.

  • How much is student fare?

    With a valid student ID, a Student Reduced Fare is 25 cents during PEAK times of 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. A Student Reduced Fare is 10 cents during OFF PEAK times between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. and before 6 a.m. or after 6 p.m. Students can purchase a 31 Day Reduced Fare Bus Pass for $11 with a valid student ID. Students must present a valid student ID to purchase a Reduced Fare Bus Pass. Students will pay the full fare of 75 cents if a valid student ID is not presented when boarding the bus.

    What is a valid student ID?

    Current CCRTA Student ID card.

    Current school ID issued by a public, private, charter, vocational, trade, technical, high school, college or university.

    Need a valid student ID?

    Download the Student Application form at www.ccrta.org and take it to the CCRTA Customer Service Center at 1024 Leopard, Ste C (near Corpus Christi City Hall) Monday through Friday between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. Student IDs are free each academic year with application. If lost or stolen, replacement IDs are $3.

    Student Rider Tips

    Show a valid student ID each time when boarding the bus.

    Have exact change or Student Reduced Fare Bus Pass and valid student ID ready before boarding the bus. For student ID applications, click here.

    A Student Reduced Fare will only be honored when a valid student ID is presented each time when boarding a CCRTA fixed route bus.

    TAMUCC and Del Mar Students and Faculty

    Members of the TAMUCC and Del Mar faculty, staff and students may ride any of our fixed route buses for free. Simply show your SandDollar or Del Mar ID to the bus operator.

  • Does the RTA have a mobile app?

    Yes and No. We have just released our TransLoc app which allows you to track your bus in real time. You can learn more about this app and how to download it for free here. We are currently working with a developer to create an on-line ticketing app which we hope to announce later this year.