Canby Area Transit
Canby Area Transit or simply The CAT is a bus service that provides public transit in the US city of Canby, Oregon, and north to Oregon City. It is operated by the City of Canby, with a hub at the downtown Canby Transit Center.
The newest transit agency in the area, CAT began operations on August 20, 2002, when Canby withdrew from the TriMet service area. The system replaces the southern legs of two TriMet bus routes , as well as offering expanded service within the city of Canby. CAT offers six-day a week service and no fares are collected. Financing is supported by state and federal grants, as well as a city payroll tax.
CAT connects to the following systems:
- TriMet at the Oregon City Transit Center.
- SMART service to Wilsonville at Canby Transit Center
- South Clackamas Transportation District service to Molalla at Canby Transit Center
This service also connects to Woodburn and ultimately through CARTS to Silverton and SalemThis bus-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. Categories: Mass transit in Oregon | Bus transit in the United States | Bus stubs