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City of Corona Transit Service (CCTS) Temporary No-Fare, Bus Boarding, and Face Mask Policy
Servicio de Tránsito de la Ciudad de Corona (CCTS) Política de No Tarifa, Embarque de Autobús y Mascarilla

Corona Cruiser, 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 Cruiser bus routes connect with Riverside Transit Agency (RTA) regional bus routes, North Main Metrolink Commuter Train Station and Park and Ride lots. For Fixed Route Service call (951) 734-9418. 


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Trip Planner

Plan your trip on the Corona Cruiser Red and Blue Lines, Riverside Transit Agency routes and Metrolink trains.
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Brochures and Route Information


Current Corona Cruiser Fares (Tarifas)

Effective July 5, 2010

Per Ride
Por Viaje

Day Pass
Pase Diario

15 Day Pass
Pase de 15 Dias

31 Day Pass
Pase de 31 Dias

General Public
Publico General





Students K-12
Estudiantes K-12





Seniors (60+)
Personas Mayores (60+)





Persons with Disabilities
Personas Inválidas





Medicare Card Holders
Tarjeta de Medicare





Child (46" tall or under)
Niños (46 pulgadas de altura o menos)






Half Fare Program Description

Seniors, persons with disabilities and Medicare cardholders are eligible to ride Corona Cruiser fixed route service at half fare ($0.70 vs. full fare of $1.50) during all hours of operation. Passengers must display their proof of eligibility each time they board a Corona Cruiser bus to receive the half fare.

Passenger Type  Proof of Eligibility 
 Seniors (60+)
  • California Identification Card
  • California Drivers License
  • Riverside Transit Agency (RTA) Senior ID Card
  • Corona Senior Dial-A-Ride ID Card
 Persons with Disabilities
  • RTA ADA or Disabled ID Card
  • Medicare Card
  • Corona Disabled ID Card

The City of Corona honors RTA photo ID cards for seniors and persons with disabilities. To receive an RTA Senior ID card, passengers must show proof of age 60 or above. To receive a Disabled ID card, individuals must present an application form completed by a doctor or licensed health care professional, or one of the following as proof of disability: Medicare Identification Card, Department of Motor Vehicles Disabled Person Placard Identification Card receipt, Braille Institute Identification Card, Disabled Veteran Service-Connected Identification Card, or a Social Security Income Award Letter along with proof of disability. Applications are available at the RTA business office, by requesting an application by telephone or by download and application from RTA’s website (application attached).

Purchase Passes 

Click here to purchase the 15 and 31 Day Passes Online

15 and 31 Day Passes can also be purchased at:
Corona Public Library: Circulation Desk, 650 South Main Street
Public Works Front Counter: Main Services Desk, First Floor, 400 South Vicentia Avenue


Hours of Operation (Horas de Operacion)

Effective July 5, 2010

Red Line (Linea Roja)


Blue Line (Linea Azul)

Monday - Friday (Lunes-Viernes):

6:30 a.m. - 7:05 p.m.


6:30 a.m. - 7:09 p.m.

Saturday (Sabado):

9:00 a.m. - 5:09 p.m.


8:52 a.m. - 3:50 p.m.

Frequency (Frecuencia):

Every 54 Minutes


Every hour


Non-Operational Days (Dias que no opera Corona Cruiser)

Corona Cruiser does not operate on Sundays, or on the following holidays:
Corona Cruiser no opera los Domingos y en los siguientes Dias Festivos:

  • New Year's Day - January 1 / Nuevo Año, 1 de Enero
  • Memorial Day / Memorial Day
  • Independence Day - July 4 / 4 de Julio
  • Labor Day / Dia del Trabajo
  • Thanksgiving Day / Dia de Accion de Gracias
  • Christmas Day / Navidad


Tips for Using Corona Cruiser

  • No reservations are necessary
  • Select the bus route and pick up location
  • Read the schedule to select the time closest to your traveling needs
  • Be at the bus stop prior to the scheduled bus stop time
  • Have the exact fare ready


Metrolink Riders

Metrolink passengers ride free on Corona Cruiser with proof of a valid Metrolink ticket or pass. For more information about the Metrolink service or a current schedule, please visit the Metrolink Trains website.


Corona Cruiser and RTA

Transfers between Corona Cruiser and RTA bus routes at several specified transfer points shown by T1 and T3 on the route map make commuting so much easier. RTA accepts Corona Cruiser Day Pass or 31 Day Pass for one way transfers to RTA Routes 1 and 3. Corona Cruiser accepts RTA Day Pass or 31 Day Pass for one way transfers to the Red and Blue Lines. For more information about RTA, please visit the RTA website.



Bicycles: All Corona Cruiser buses have bike racks. The pull down bike racks are located at the front of the bus. Please notify the driver in order to utilize the bike racks.

Wheelchair Lifts: All Corona Cruiser buses are equipped with wheelchair lifts to provide access to the bus for people using wheelchairs or mobility devices or to anyone who needs assistance boarding the bus. For people not in wheelchairs or mobility devices who wish to use the wheelchair lift to board the bus, please ask for assistance from the driver.

For questions regarding the Corona Cruiser, Fixed Route Service, please call (951) 734-9418 to speak to a transportation dispatcher. For comments regarding the Cruiser service, please call (951) 736-2266
or click here to submit a comment via e-mail. 



Notification of Public Rights under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964


The City of Corona Transit Service (CCTS) operates its programs, activities, and services without regard to race, color, or national origin in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act.    Any person who believes he or she has been subjected to any unlawful discriminatory practice protected under Title VI may file a complaint with the CCTS. 

View Title VI Documents

Notificación de Derechos Públicos bajo el Title VI de la Ley de Civil Rights Act of 1964


El Servicio de Transporte de la Ciudad de Corona opera sus programas, actividades y servicios sin consideración de raza, color u origen nacional de acuerdo con el Title VI de la Ley de Derechos Civiles. Toda persona que crea que ha sido sometida a prácticas ilegales discriminatorias protegidas bajo el Title VI puede presentar una queja ante el CCTS.

Ver los documentos del Title VI



Reasonable Accommodation Policy

The Federal Department of Transportation has published a new regulation concerning the obligation of transit agencies to provide reasonable modification of policies or practices to accommodate the needs of individuals with disabilities. The regulation (49 CFR Parts 37.169) provides that customers with disabilities may request a reasonable modification of our policies and practices in order to use our services. City of Corona Transit Service (CCTS) patrons with disabilities may request a reasonable modification of a CCTS policy in advance by using the Reasonable Accommodation Request Form. Customers with disabilities may file complaints regarding denied requests for a reasonable modification or accommodation. Complaints may be made by any of the following methods.

Download the form here

Fax a request to (951) 279-3627
Send an email to
Call (951) 736-2266

Mail a request to:
City of Corona Transit Service
400 S. Vicentia Avenue, Suite 210
Corona, CA 92882
Attn: Transportation Planning Supervisor  

Política de Acomodación Razonable

Federal Transit Administration ha publicado un nuevo reglamento relativo a la obligación de las agencias de transporte público de proporcionar una modificación razonable de las políticas o prácticas para dar cabida a las necesidades de las personas con discapacidad. El reglamento (49 CFR Partes 37.169) establece que los clientes con discapacidades puedan solicitar una modificación razonable de nuestras políticas y prácticas para poder utilizar nuestros servicios. Los patrones con discapacidades del Servicio del City of Corona Transit Service (CCTS) pueden solicitar una modificación razonable de la política de CCTS por adelantado usando el Formulario de Solicitud de Acomodación Razonable. Los clientes con discapacidades pueden presentar quejas en relación con las solicitudes denegadas de una modificación o adaptación razonables.

Descargue el formulario aquí

Envíe una solicitud por fax al (951) 279-3627
Envíe un correo electrónico a
Llame al (951) 736-2266

Envíe una solicitud por correo a:
Servicio de Tránsito de la Ciudad de Corona
400 S. Vicentia Avenue, Suite 210
Corona, CA 92882
A la atención de: Transportation Planning Supervisor




Persons with Wheelchairs / Mobility Devices

The City of Corona Transit Service will make every effort to transport people and their wheelchair/mobility device regardless of size or weight, as long as the wheelchair lift and bus can physically and safely accommodate them.

Personas con Sillas de Ruedas / Aparato de Movilidad

El Servicio de Transporte de la Ciudad de Corona hará todo lo posible para el transporte de personas y sus sillas de ruedas/aparato de mobilidad, independientemente de su tamaño o peso, siempre y cuando el ascensor para sillas de ruedas y autobuses pueda acomodarlos física y seguramente.






If you have a complaint about the accessibility of our transit system or believe you have been discriminated against because of your disability, we recommend that you contact the ADA Coordinator or file a written complaint.  Please provide all facts and circumstances so we can fully investigate, including:

  • Your name, address, telephone number, and email address
  • Accessibility Complaint:  Time, date, location and reason you believe we are not accessible to persons with disabilities.
  • Discrimination Complaint:  Time and date of incident, description of incident and who was responsible.
  • If applicable, please provide vehicle number and/or route, employee name, number or description.
  • The form is available by clicking the link to the “Americans with Disabilities Act Statement” at the bottom of this page.

We record video at our facilities and in vehicles that we can use to investigate your complaint.  The retention period for video is 7-21 days.  The sooner we receive your complaint, the more likely it is that we can review video related to your incident.

Click here to view Policy and Grievance Procedure PDF
Click here to view PDF of the Grievance Form

Please submit complaints to:
Tom Koper 
400 South Vicentia Avenue
Corona CA 92882-2187
Or submit your written complaint to:
City of Corona Transportation Department, 400 S. Vicentia, Corona, Ca 92882



View Americans with Disabilities Act Statement.

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