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TRAX & Transit Information

Tehama Rural Area Express (TRAX), operates local, express, direct and paratransit services (ParaTRAX) throughout Tehama County. The TRAX service area includes the cities of Corning, Red Bluff, and Tehama, as well as the unincorporated communities along Highway 99E and Highway 99W, including Dairyville, El Camino, Gerber, Las Flores, Los Molinos, Los Robles, Proberta and Richfield.

Service Hours
6:00am - 6:40pm (M-F)
8:20am - 4:00pm (Saturday)

For general inquiries, route information or lost and found, contact our dispatch office at (530) 385-2877.

For compliments, complaints and suggestions, contact our county office at (530) 385-1462.

TRAX Riders Guide
The TRAX Riders Guide contains information regarding rider safety, conduct rules, restrictions, fares and fees, lost and found, bike racks, personal care attendants & companions, as well as service animals. For additional information regarding TRAX routes and services, please call 530.385.2877. Click to view the riders in English or Spanish

ParaTRAX is a "rideshare" program which means rides are booked in advance and routed as efficiently as possible. You will be sharing the bus with other riders which may lengthen ride times. Drivers will assist with boarding but are not allowed to assist passengers to or from their door or to assist with carry-on items.

The bus will wait 3 minutes from the time of arrival. Drivers are not allowed to honk the horn, so you need to be watching for the bus. In most cases, ParaTRAX will not wait for passengers to re-board the buses. Exceptions may include prescription or daycare pick-up/drop-off if arranged in advance. Click to view the ParaTRAX service area...

ADA Services
You may be eligible for ADA Certification if you have a disability or a condition which makes it difficult/impossible to ride TRAX, such as:

  • You cannot travel to the bus stop due to physical limitations; visual, cognitive or developmental impairments

  • You cannot wait, either standing or sitting, at a bus stop for more than 15 minutes

  • You cannot get on or off the bus without assistance

  • You cannot understand directions or identify buses or bus stops

  • You cannot handle money or tickets

Call (530) 385-BUSS (2877) and we will be happy to help you apply for ADA Certification, or visit the TRAX website to download the application and eligibility information.


Updated: Wednesday April 01, 2020