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Shelby Public Transit

413 S. VANDEMARK RD.
SIDNEY, OHIO 45365
(937) 492-6117

A SHARED RIDE SERVICE OF THE CITY OF SIDNEY & SHELBY COUNTY

Transit Manager: Deb Grogean
Email: dgrogean@sidneyoh.com

Shelby Public Transit is the demand-responsive, origin to destination, shared ride public transit system in the City of Sidney and Shelby County area. Service is also available to Miami County. For more information see the Fares section or call (937) 492-6117.

Our goal is to offer accessible, clean, safe, and affordable public transportation in Shelby County.

The system began operation in 1980 with two vehicles and limited service within the city limits. Today, we have 11 wheelchair accessible vehicles and public transportation is available to everyone in Shelby County.

We moved into our Transit Facility at 413 S Vandemark Rd. in 2009. The building provides a climate controlled area for our vehicles, offices for the dispatchers and a meeting room for training.

Shelby Public Transit works in cooperation with Shelby County human services agencies and various service organizations to serve Shelby County.

Origin to destination service is provided from your pick-up location to your destination. 

Any passenger may request the use of the lift to get on or off the vehicle.

Passenger Assistance is available upon request. Please let our dispatcher know if you have any special mobility needs, require assistance to and from the vehicle or need additional boarding time.

The driver will secure all wheelchairs with a four-point securement/lap belt system. They will also secure all walkers, oxygen tanks and assist with getting the wheelchair on and off the van.

The transit system is funded by the City of Sidney, Shelby County Commissioners, ODOT Office of Transit, and the Federal Transit Adminstration. 

Some funding is provided by Title III of the Older Americans Act and is administered through the Area Agency on Aging PSA 2.

Area Agency on Aging clients may make voluntary contributions towards the cost of their Title III funded service. However, we will not deny persons service if they are unable to make a contribution.

Your comments, complaints, questions and suggestions are always welcome. Please contact the Transit Manager at: (937) 498-8151.

NEW

Changes to our No Show Policy go into effect on January 1, 2016. See the updated information in the Passenger Policies section of this website.

 

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
and Title Vi Complaints

For information on procedures to file a complaint, please go to the Passenger Policies section of this website.




 

 

 

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