Transit Program

The City of Casper is the designated recipient for federal transit grants in the Casper urbanized area. The City also contributes money from the general fund to support public transportation. While local municipalities (including Casper, Mills, and Evansville) own all of the buses, the City of Casper contracts the operations of the transit system to the Casper Area Transportation Coalition (CATC), a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation.

CATC operates a fixed route service called “The Bus” and a door-to-door service called “CATC.”

Proposed Bus Route Changes (*** NEW! ***)

Some changes to four of the regular Casper bus routes have been proposed- the Green Route, the Red Route, the Blue Route and the Yellow Route. 

CATC and the Casper Area MPO will host a public meeting regarding the proposed changes on December 19th from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm at the Casper Senior Center, 1831 East 4th Street next to the Casper Rec Center.

The following maps outline the proposed changes to the four Casper routes:

Map of Blue Route Proposed Changes

Map of Green Route Proposed Changes

Map of Red Route Proposed Changes

Map of Yellow Route Proposed Changes

Survey Icon  Click here for a brief survey and give us your opinion on the proposed changes.

For more information about the transit system, call (307) 265-1313.

The City of Casper's transit program operates without regard to race, color, or national origin. If you have questions about the City's Civil Rights obligations, please click here.

Look for the white buses below which are called "The Bus" and offer fixed route service in the Casper area and the cream colored buses are called "CATC" and offer door-to-door service.

 

 CATC Bus
CATC Bus
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