Rome Transit Department
On October 1, 1961, Rome established a department with the City of Rome to take over the bus operations from the Georgia Power Company. The Georgia Power Company gave the City or Rome all of its buses, plus any spare parts and equipment that they had on hand. Additionally, Georgia Power paid the City of Rome $300,000. The City of Rome agreed to use the money specifically for the transportation system.
Today, the City of Rome Transit Department provides Public Transportation within the City limits of Rome, Georgia. The services that we provide are Fixed Route Services, which include Main Line and Tripper Services, and Para-Transit Services. We operate Monday through Friday, and we do not operate on the weekends.
Transit Development Plan - View this link for information about this project and how you can participate.
- Fixed Route Main Line - Provides services from 5:40 AM to 6:30 PM on a one hour headway
- Para-Transit Service - This is a Curb to Curb service for the Disabled and Elderly. This service requires submission of a Para-Transit application and approval. Applications may also be picked up at the City of Rome Transit Department Administrative Office. This service operates up to 3/4 of a mile of our Fixed Route Services with the same operating hours as listed above.
For hearing impaired/TTY Customers Call: Georgia Relay Service 1-800-255-0056. For hearing Customers call: 1-800-255-0135.
Para clientes con problemas de audición / TTY, llame al Servicio de retransmisión de Georgia al 1-800-255-0056. Los clientes que no tienen problemas de audición, llame al: 1-800-255-0135.
|Regular Full Fare||$1.25|
|Senior and Disabled Fare||$0.60|
|Children Under 5||FREE|
Children under 5 must be accompanied by a paying adult
Fare Cards for Fixed Route Services
|50-Ride Regular Fare Card||$45.00|
|10-Ride Regular Fare Card||$9.00|
|50-Ride Senior-Disabled Card||$22.50|
|10-Ride Senior-Disabled Card||$4.50|
*Exact Change Only
Kathy Shealy , Director
168 North Avenue
PO Box 1433
Rome, GA 30162