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Are you an organization in need of a transportation partner? Take a look at thecontracted services we have to offer.

Do you need transportation?

Take a look at the variety of ride services we provide, including Taxi scrip and rides to community centers

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Information on upcoming classes for Commercial Bus Driver Training with Passenger Endorsment

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Our fleet includes:

  • School Buses
  • 16 – 20 Passenger Buses
  • Ambulatory & Wheelchair Equipped
  • Passenger & Cargo Vans
  • ADA Certified

We keep you moving!

Training for all of our drivers is extensive and concurrent throughout the year. Our staff consists of State Certified Trainers, both in the classroom and behind the wheel.

Safety is our number one priority. All of our vehicles and our maintenance staff meet or exceed California Highway Patrol and State Department of Education standards and requirements.

Reliable dispatchers. Our Dispatchers are available 24/7 and keep in constant communication with our drivers to assure that our clients receive prompt and reliable services.

Partnering Organizations

  • Agape Schools
  • ARC of Central California
  • Central California Nikkei Foundation (Nikkei Senior Center)
  • Central Valley Training Center (CVTC)
  • City of Fresno
  • Fresno Council of Governments (FCOG)
  • Fresno County Department of Behavioral Health
  • Fresno County Rural Transit Agency (FCRTA)
  • Fresno County Department of Social Services (CalWorks)
  • Fresno EOC Food Service
  • Fresno Madera Area Agency on Aging (FMAAA)
  • Fresno State Athletics
  • Head Start 0 to 5
  • Inspiration Transportation
  • Madera County

Partners we are working with for COVID-19 Transportation include:

  • African American Coalition (AAC)
  • Central Valley Regional Center (CVRC)
  • COVID Equity Coalition
  • Harvest Project
  • United Cerebral Palsy (UCP)
  • Valley Center for the Blind

Contact us about your organization's transportation needs!



Transit Systems Stories

On the Road to Success: Fresno EOC Transit Systems and Fresno City College Extend Reach to Kerman Students

Residents of Kerman, California, who are also students at Fresno City College, now have a convenient transportation option to commute to campus, thanks to a collaborative effort between Fresno Economic Opportunities Commission (Fresno EOC), Fresno City College, the...

New Fresno EOC Shuttle Service to Help Seniors and Veterans in High Need Areas

If you visit the Three Palms Mobile Home & RV Park in Fresno, you will notice it is surrounded by freeways and construction sites. While the community is bordered by Golden State Boulevard and Highway 99, many of the residents are disabled, can no longer drive, or...
Fresno EOC Transit Systems and Taxi Scrip

Did You Know? Fresno EOC Transit Systems offers low-cost rides for seniors

Seniors can get a ride any day of the week through Fresno EOC Transit Systems. It offers a Senior Taxi Scrip program which Transit Systems Supervisor Chai Fong says can take them anywhere within Fresno city limits. "The scrip program is designed to pick up and...

Feeding Local Families – Passing the Love with Waffles + Mochi

  Waffles + Mochi want to share meal kits and some of their favorite recipes with families. You may be familiar with these characters who are stars of their own Netflix show, featuring former First Lady Michelle Obama. They typically take viewers on food...

Transit Systems: Making Bus Travel Better

Bus travel is a vital service for people who are visually impaired, allowing them to get out into their communities and live independently. Fresno EOC Transit Systems provides transportation services for riders in Fresno and Madera Counties and is taking extra steps...
Fresno EOC Transit Systems: The Bulldog Shuttle

The Bulldog Shuttle

Mobilizing the Red Wave Bulldog football is back! And Fresno EOC Transit Systems is getting fans back in the stands. This year, Fresno State requested that Transit Systems be the sole parking shuttle provider for all six home games. Look for the white and blue bus to...
Cindy Weber

Long-time Fresno EOC Transit Systems Instructor and Driver retires after over ten years of service

Fresno EOC Transit Systems School Bus Instructor and Driver Cindy Weber is retiring after over ten years with the program. During her time at Fresno EOC, she has helped trainees unlock their potential through behind-the-wheel and classroom instruction. Her experience...
Person getting vaccinated

Fresno EOC Transit helps take groups to get COVID-19 Vaccinations

As lines grow to get the COVID-19 vaccine, Transit Systems is helping agencies and groups make the ride a bit easier. Later this month, vehicles will help take clients from United Cerebral Palsy of Central California (UCPCC) to help get them vaccinated.    “When UCPCC...

Transit Systems and The Arc: Partnering to Help Clients with Developmental Disabilities

Transit Systems continues to meet the needs of local organizations and agencies in need of reliable bus transportation. With Transit vehicles, The Arc of Fresno and Madera Counties can drop-off and pick-up materials for clients with developmental disabilities.  ...
Fresno EOC Transit Driver Pearl Reyes

Fresno EOC Transit driver enjoys helping her community through food delivery

While Early Head Start and Head Start locations remain closed due to COVID-19, a partnership with Fresno EOC Programs makes it possible for families to pick-up breakfast, lunch, and snacks five days a week. Transit Systems Driver Pearl Reyes is among one of the...

About Transit Systems

In February 1982, the Council of Fresno County Government’s Policy Board adopted “Assembly Bill 120 Action Plan for Fresno County,” as mandated by the Social Service Transportation Improvement Act (September 1979). The purpose of the Plan is to guide implementation of social service transportation coordination and consolidation within Fresno County. The Plan co-designated the City of Fresno and the Fresno Economic Opportunities Commission (Fresno EOC) as the Urban Consolidated Transportation Service Agency (CTSA) for the Fresno Metropolitan Area and Fresno EOC and Fresno County Rural Transit Agency (FCRTA) as the CTSA for the Rural Area. The City of Clovis was designated as the CTSA for the Clovis Urbanized Area and is operated by the City of Clovis independent of the Fresno CTSAs.

The Fresno Urban CTSA commenced operation of social service transportation in the Fresno Metropolitan Area in April 1983, and the Fresno Rural CTSA program resumed social service transportation in May 1983.


Rider Options

Senior Taxi scrip

Use your Taxi Scrip with us for big savings on personalized trips

Senior Rides to community centers

We will drive you to the community center

Eastern Madera County Transportation

Providing connection transportation

Senior Taxi Scrip

How it works:

You save 75% on taxi rides and pay just 25¢ on the dollar. Use your Taxi Scrip with us!

We provide:

  • Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Compliant Vans
  • Friendly Drivers
  • Future Ride Scheduling Available

How to get Scrip

To purchase Taxi Scrip, you must be at least 70 years old and live in Fresno County.

Apply for Senior Taxi Scrip by:

How to get a ride:

For pick-up by Fresno EOC Taxi Scrip Service Vehicle, call (559) 263-8099 between 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Operational Hours:
Rides can be scheduled for any time, 24 Hours a day, 7 days a week.

Senior Rides to Community Centers

Need a ride to a community center?

We have developed a partnership with the Fresno, Madera Agency on Aging (FMAAA) to provide transportation. Here is a list of approved Community Centers for meals, crafts and socializing: Mary Ella Brown, Ted C. Wills, Inspiration Park, and Mosqueda


Benefits of using Fresno EOC Transit

  • Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Compliant Vans
  • Door-to-Door Transportation
  • Friendly Drivers
  • Future Ride Scheduling Available

To use this service, applicants must be at least 60 years old and live within a five-mile radius of a Community Center. Apply for FMAAA transportation by calling (559) 486-6587  or stop by a Community Center to register.

To be driven to a community center, call (559) 263-8099

Office Hours:
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Operational Hours:
24 Hours a day, 7 days a week.

Madera County Connection Services (Operated by Fresno Economic Opportunities Commission)

Many Bus Routes throughout Madera County
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  • Downtown to Eastern Madera County Routes (includes Chukchansi, Oakhurst, Bass Lake, and more)
  • Children’s Hospital / Madera Community College Route
  • Eastin Arcola-Ripperdan-La Vina Route (includes Madera and Madera Community Hospital)
  • Chowchilla-Fairmead Route (includes Madera)
  • Senior Bus
  • Medical Escort Service
  • Madera Dial-a-Ride (to and from City of Madera and rural county areas)
  • Chowchilla Dial-a-Ride (to and from City of Chowchilla and rural county areas)

The connection services are designed to provide transportation to residents within the Eastern Madera County service area.

Click Here to Download Routes and Schedules

For Reservations Call

MCC Administrative Office
(559) 263-8081
201 W. Almond Ave., Madera, CA 93637

How can I get a ride?

Passengers can call a dispatcher to request a ride at (559) 263-8080 or (800) 325-7433. Some reservations require a 24-hour notice. 

What are hours and days of operation?

Monday through Friday
9:00 am – 4:00 pm

What holidays are observed?

New Year’s Day
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Presidents’ Day
Good Friday*
Memorial Day
Independence Day
Labor Day
Indigenous Peoples’ Day (Columbus Day)
Veterans Day
Thanksgiving Day
Day After Thanksgiving
Christmas Day
New Year’s Eve*

*½ Day Service

Who operates the service?

Madera County provides this service as a part of its overall transportation program. Fresno Economic Opportunities Commission Transit System operates the service under contract with Madera County.

What if there is adverse weather?

There may be times when service may be canceled due to adverse weather conditions.

Call us (559) 263-8080 or (800) 325-7433

Where can I see fare and route details?

Please visit the Madera County Connection website for the fare and route details.

What are the passenger rules?

Rules subject to change.

  • Reservations (pick up and drop off) must be made through the dispatcher.
  • Please be ready when the van arrives.
  • The driver is permitted to wait 2 minutes.
  • No smoking, eating, or drinking while on board.
  • The driver is not permitted to enter your home.
  • If service is no longer needed, please call the dispatcher to cancel.
  • Wheelchair and mobility chairs must be equipped with working and locking brakes.
  • All passengers must wear seat belts at all times.
  • No animals permitted except service dogs.
  • Vehicles are ADA accessible to accommodate wheelchairs.
  • A maximum of 3 shopping bags is allowed.

Commercial Bus Driver Training with Passenger Endorsement

Starts June 3, 2024

Join us for this 6-week course that includes classroom and behind the wheel training! Upon completion of this course, you will have the basic knowledge and skills necessary for employment as an Entry Level Bus Driver.

Call (559) 486-6587 for more information.

frequently asked questions

Can Fresno EOC Transit provide field trip services for groups and individuals?

Yes! Fresno EOC Transit Systems can perform special trip needs, provided the trips stay within the parameters of the Fresno County geographic area. Transit utilizes ADA accessible vehicles for trips.

I need help with para-transit service for my elderly and disabled parent who lives in the City of Fresno?

The City of Fresno Handy Ride Service performs public individual rides to and from residences of disabled and elderly. The City of Fresno Handy Ride phone number is (559) 621-7433.

Can Fresno EOC Transit provide public transportation service for individuals on an ongoing basis who live outside a city boundary but within the County of Fresno?

Ride requests for public transportation for individuals living outside city boundaries can inquire with the Fresno County Rural Transit Agency (FCRTA) for transportation service. FCRTA’s phone number is (559) 233-6789.


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