Public Buses

Ride Free Healdsburg Shuttle

The City of Healdsburg is currently rolling out new transportation opportunities for the community. These include FREE rides on Sonoma County Transit’s Route 67 “Healdsburg Shuttle” and a volunteer drive program for older adults.

Additionally, Amtrak’s San Joaquins Route 7 Thruway Bus offers affordable fares for travel throughout the counties of Sonoma, Mendocino, and Humboldt, as well as the Bay Area. Please visit The Amtrak San Joaquins Route 7 web page to learn more about the route, city pairs, and travel times.

DASH - Volunteer Driver Program:

The DASH transportation program is now available to Seniors age 60 or better who live in Healdsburg and are no longer able to drive. Trained volunteers in City-owned vehicles provide pre-scheduled rides for medical, shopping, and social activities within Healdsburg and out of town rides for medical appointments. Please visit the DASH web page for additional information.

Route 67:

Free rides on route 67 for all ages began on July 2, 2018. The new hop-on, hop-off shuttle is available Monday-Saturday. Need to get out of town? Ride to Santa Rosa or Cloverdale for free just by asking Route 67 bus driver for a transfer ticket. Then give that transfer stub to the bus driver on the next leg of your trip. To learn more about using a transfer to ride even further, go to the Sonoma County Transit page and scroll down the page to the "transfers" section. 

For the Route 67 Healdsburg shuttle schedule, please visit the Sonoma County Transit website.

Getting Out of Town: Route 60

If you need to get to Santa Rosa, Windsor or Cloverdale, you can take the public Route 60 bus from Healdsburg. Please note that you will need to pay a fare to take this route, which runs seven days a week. For more information about Route 60, go here.

Limited-Mobility Riders

Sonoma County Para-transit services are available for riders with limited mobility. This is the same service model SCT employs for local services throughout the county. 

For more information, please contact Sonoma County Transit at 707-585-7516.