Rides for all People of all Ages
We believe that every citizen must be assured accessible and safe transportation to the local destination of their choice without regard for disability, age, or economic status
Effective November 20, 2017
Bay Transit is Expanding the New Kent to Richmond Route to include the Shops on Belle Creek Road in Mechanicsville just in time for
Monday Wednesday Friday
$3.00 Each Way
Call the Bay Transit Ride Line at 804-966-8743
For More Information and to
Schedule Your Ride
NEW PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION SERVICE IS UNDERWAY!
Bay Transit is running three deviated fixed public transportation routes.
Rides are $0.50 cents, transfers from other Bay Transit transportation are free.
Click on a button below for details.
The Bay Transit Christmas party was held at the Beacon in Topping Virginia on December 16th 2017. The band was Mary Mack and the Homeboys. At the party, door prizes were given out, as well as Safety Awards to all drivers who were employed for one full fiscal year, had driven at least 600 hours in that year, had no chargeable traffic violations or accidents, had not had any major infractions of policies in the driver’s handbook, and had attended all safety meetings for the year.
Forty-five drivers, which represents 83% of our drivers, met all these qualifications, and in the previous fiscal year 1,618,263 miles were driven, or the equivalent of 68 trips to circle the Earth.
A total of 151,657 passengers were served.
Three Safety and Advisory Committee member who had just completed a two year term were recognized, these were: Rudy Rudisill (Gloucester Office), Wayne Oliff (Warsaw Office), and JoAnne Veney-Mynatt (White Stone Office)
The Safety Committee assists Tom Clarke, Safety Manager and Bay Transit Leadership on determining key safety plans and ideas that need to be implemented to increase safety for all Drivers, passengers and the public.
Pat Sanders, Operations Manager introduced the three Regional Supervisors, Princess Wise (Warsaw), Claudia Pratt (Gloucester), and Katharn Cotman (New Kent)
Princess Wise, Regional Supervisor for Warsaw Bay Transit, is spreading some Christmas cheer by donating items needed for the Seniors at the Carrington Place in Tappahannock. We are proud of our staff that reach out to help others.
Doris Thompson, Bay Transit Dispatcher, joins others giving out candy at the Warsaw Richmond County Main Street Program on Halloween. The WRCMSP brought together many civic, church, and non-profit groups to pass out treats at the Main Street Park in Warsaw
Bay Transit Quarterly Safety Meeting – A Special Presentation and Education Session
Bay Transit had 150,985 riders in the past year. These riders or the families and friends of these riders come from all walks of life and many of these riders also have various disabilities, some more noticeable than others. As a Bay Transit Driver or Employee, we serve all individuals regardless of their ability or disability.
On the evenings of 6/20 and 6/22, in Gloucester and Warsaw respectively, over 100 Bay Transit staff members learned many characteristics of individuals with various disabilities and how to transport them safely in a customer-friendly environment. The American’s with Disabilities Act of 1990 was the focal point and details of the rights of passengers with disabilities were a key talking point.
The presentation was given by Ms. Catherin Tyler-Northan, Community Services Manager, with Insight Enterprises, Inc. which is part of the Peninsula Center for Independent Living in Hampton. Joining Catherin are Independent Living Advocates with Insight Enterprises, Inc.:
Mr. Troy Bowser
Ms. Alicia Cook
Ms. Lorna-Mae Silcott and
Ms. Marissa Dixon, Community Support Services Advocate with Insight Enterprises, Inc.
Picture: Ms. Tyler-Northan presenting at Gloucester’s Daffodil Gardens on 6/20/17
Bay Transit is offering a Deviated FIXED ROUTE from Colonial Beach to Tappahannock for Westmoreland County Residents Starting October 2, 2017 on Mondays and Wednesdays
$2.00 and Free Transfers
Call the Bay Transit Ride Line at 804-250-2011 to schedule your ride from home to meet The Eagle at one of the Bus Stops listed
Depart Colonial Beach at 8:00 am
8:00 am – The Meadows Apts.
8:10 am – Colonial Beach Food Lion
8:20 am – Oak Grove Shell
8:35 am – Bird Dogs Country Store
8:45 am – Mill Pond Village Apts.
8:55 am – Montross Food Lion
9:00 am – Parker Run Apts.
9:30 am – Riverside Hospital
9:55 am – Walmart
Depart Tappahannock to Colonial Beach
2:00 pm – Riverside Hospital
2:30 pm – Walmart
3:00 pm – Parker Run Apts.
3:05 pm – Montross Food Lion
3:15 pm – Mill Pond Village Apts.
3:25 pm – Bird Dogs Country Store
3:40 pm – Oak Grove Shell
3:50 pm – Colonial Beach Food Lion
3:55 pm – The Meadows Apts.
Bay Transit is pleased to announce the start of the second bus in Middlesex County on October 3, 2016!
Connections to Kilmarnock
Gloucester and Tappahannock!
needs are for
Transit is there for you!
FROM HEATHSVILLE TO
LOTTSBURG, CALLAO, AND WARSAW
MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
8:30 am 11:00 am
2:00 pm 4:00 pm
$2.00 Each Way
And Free Transfers
Now Serving Our Region!!
Move your group of people in a fun and relaxing way…Weddings, family reunions, corporate meetings, church groups, academic outings, sporting events, seniors groups…we can get you there!
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Middle Peninsula Rideshare – your long-distance commute connection to Richmond, Hampton Roads and Northern Virginia/D.C. and beyond
Bay Transit is a non-profit community transit service serving the counties of Charles City, Essex, Gloucester, King and Queen, King William, Lancaster, Mathews, Middlesex, New Kent, Northumberland, Richmond, and Westmoreland.
Bay Transit provides on-demand service and offers a handful of fixed routes in some communities. We operate from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Bay Transit is the ONLY public transportation provider in the Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck region. In 2013, Bay Transit provided over 159,000 rides
and over 40% were work related.
Bay Transit also provides the same quality, dependable transportation service
for the citizens of New Kent and Charles City counties!
Bay Transit (a division of Bay Aging) hereby gives public notice that it is Bay Transit’s policy to assure full compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Circular 4702.1A, and related statutes and regulations in all programs and activities. Title VI requires that no person shall, on the grounds of race, color, sex or national origin be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of or otherwise subjected to discrimination under any FTA program or other activity for which Bay Transit receives Federal financial assistance.