The City of Corona Public Works Department works to provide a wide array of Transportation options for our community. The Corona Cruiser offers a fixed route service and is designed to meet the various transit needs of residents. The Corona Dial-A-Ride is an on-demand, shared-ride public transportation system available to all members of the community. In addition to these services, bicycle routes have been developed throughout the City to provide safe and secure travel and enjoyment.
Please browse the links below where you will find information about City services as well as other services available in the greater Riverside County! If you have any questions, please email us or call the Public Works Department at (951) 736-2266.
Corona's fixed-route bus system, travels along two routes in the City, Red Line and Blue Line. If you need a ride to Corona City Hall, Corona Public Library, Fender Museum, Senior Center, major shopping centers, hospitals, or medical offices the Cruiser can you get you there!
Corona Dial-A-Ride is a general public demand responsive service that provides curb-to-curb transportation within the City of Corona area. All residents in the Dial-A-Ride service area are eligible for Dial-A-Ride service.
Since 1992, Metrolink has provided Southern California drivers a safe, convenient alternative to driving. As drivers choose Metrolink, traffic is relieved and air quality is improved. Learn about the schedule and plan your next trip!
Riverside Transit Agency (RTA)
View maps & schedules, plan your next trip and view rider alerts on the RTA website!
Ridesharing: Park & Ride
Park and Ride is a public/private partnership between property owners, Caltrans and the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC). Park and Ride areas are strategically located parking lots (either privately or state owned) that are free of charge to anyone who parks a vehicle and commutes by transit, vanpool or in a carpool. Sites are available to commuters 7 days a week, 24 hours a day unless otherwise posted at the site. Parking at the West Corona Metrolink station is strictly for rail users only. To find a Park and Ride lot in Riverside county, visit the Inland Empire 511 website.
To obtain Rideshare information by county, visit Riverside County Transportation Commission or San Bernardino Associated Governments. To plan a trip using public transportation, and/or find a rideshare partner, call 1-866-RIDESHARE (743-3742) or visit SoCal's ridematching service webpage.
211 One-Call/One-Click Project – Vet LinkThe One-Call/One-Click Project (better known as Vet-Link) is a partnership between 211 San Bernardino County, 211 Riverside County and a host of transportation agencies. This Project’s goal is to connect veterans with transportation to community resources, medical appointments, job interviews, food, shelter, and many more resources by simply dialing 2-1-1. For more information, call 211 to speak to a Veterans Specialist or visit the 211 website.
Trip RiversideTRIP for Riverside County California is a special self-directed, mileage reimbursement transportation service that complements public transportation by encouraging volunteer friends and neighbors to transport older adults and people with disabilities to access medical services or and for other purposes where no transit service exists or when the individual is too frail, ill, or unable to use public transportation for various other reasons.
Please visit the Trip Riverside website or call 1-800-510-2020 and tell the HelpLink Services Specialist that you need help with transportation.
Santa Ana River Trail: Completion of the Santa Ana River Recreational Master Plan fulfills the first phase of the trail development process. The master plan will guide future trail development in a consistent, coordinated, and cost-effective manner to establish a regional multi-purpose trail along the Santa Ana River. View Santa Ana River Trail Master Plan.
Visit the Santa Ana Watershed Project Authority (SAWPA) website for more information about the Santa Ana River.