transportation in corona

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Corona Cruiser

The City of Corona's Fixed Route Service, Corona Cruiser, is designed to meet the various transit needs of the community. The Cruiser runs along pre-designated Blue Line and Red Line fixed routes. During peak commuting hours, both routes offer commuter service to and from North Main Corona Metrolink Station. Click here to read more about this affordable transportation service and view route maps and schedules. For additional Corona Cruiser information, telephone (951) 734-9418.


Corona Dial-A-Ride is an on-demand, shared-ride public transportation system available to all members of the community. Dial-A-Ride buses serve the City of Corona and neighboring areas of Coronita, El Cerrito, and Home Gardens as well as satellite locations in the city of Norco (e.g. Department of Motor Vehicles, Department of Public Social Services, and Norco College). As a general public Dial-A-Ride, trip requests are subject to capacity availability. To schedule a ride, call Dial-A-Ride at (951) 734-7220.

Bicycle Facilities

Bicycle routes have been developed throughout the City to provide safe and secure travel and enjoyment. For more information on existing bicycle facilities, as well as information on the Santa Ana River Trail, a regional trail along the Santa Ana River, please visit the Bike Routes web page.

Metrolink Trains

In 1991, the Southern California Regional Rail Authority (SCRRA) was formed to develop a regional transit service to reduce traffic congestion on highways and improve mobility throughout Southern California.   SCRRA is governed by a joint powers authority made up of an 11-member board representing the transportation commissions of Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura counties. In October 1992, Metrolink was born. Since 1992, Metrolink has provided Southern California drivers a safe and convenient alternative to driving. As drivers choose Metrolink, traffic is relieved and air quality is improved.  Metrolink trains operate on seven routes across six-counties, and along a 538 route-mile network, which includes a portion of northern San Diego County.

The City of Corona is served by two Metrolink stations. North Main Street and West Corona are two of the stations that experience high daily boarding counts for the work commute. Ridership at the North Main station is one of the highest of the 14 stations on the line.

Opprtunities for combining trips with the Corona Cruiser and Metrolink:

Angels Express

Student Discount

Senior Discount

For more information, please visit,


The Riverside Transit Agency (RTA) provides fixed route and Dial-A-Ride bus service throughout western Riverside County. For more information on bus routes, schedules and fare information, please go to or call (951) 566-5002. To make a reservation for Dial-A-Ride service, call (800) 795.7887.

211 One-Call/One-Click Project—Vet Link

The 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

Trip Riverside

TRIP 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 or call 1-800-510-2020 and tell the HelpLink Services Specialist that you need help with transportation.

Other Public Transportation Sites

  • Go to ot call (877) MYIE511 for
    • Real-time traffic updates
    • Plan a trip using buses and trains
    • Find a Carpool or Vanpool (Rideshare information)
    • Locate Park and Ride lots
  • To find Metrolink commuter train information go to or call (800) 371-LINK (5465)
  • To plan a bus trip throughout western Riverside County or for Dial-A-Ride service go to or call (951) 565-5002.

Park and 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 Metrolink stations is strictly for rail users only.


GTFS - General Transit Feed Specification

The City of Corona makes transit stop and schedule data available in the General Transit Feed Specification (GTFS) format, subject to the City of Corona Transit Service License Agreement. Downloading and usage of transit data is based on acceptance and agreement to the Data License Agreement (attached).


Notice to the Public of Rights Under Title VI

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.

For more information on CCTS’ Title VI program, and the procedures to file a complaint, contact the City of Corona Public Works Department via telephone at (951) 736-2266, via email at, online at, or visit the Public Works Department at 400 S. Vicentia Avenue, Suite 210, Corona, CA 92822.

A complaint may also be filed directly with the Federal Transit Administration by submitted a complaint with the Office of Civil Rights, Attention: Title VI Program Coordinator, East Building, 5th Floor-TCR, 1200 New Jersey Avenue, Washington DC 20590.

Notificación al Público de Derechos Bajo el Title VI

El Servicio de Tránsito de la Ciudad de Corona (CCTS) opera sus programas, actividades y servicios, sin distinción de raza, color u origen nacional, en conformidad con el Título VI de la Ley de Derechos Civiles. Cualquier persona que cree que él o ella ha sido objeto de cualquier práctica discriminatoria ilegal protegida en virtud del Title VI, puede presentar una queja ante el CCTS.

Para obtener más información sobre el programa del  Títle VI del CCTS, y los procedimientos para presentar una queja, póngase en contacto con el Departamento de Obras Públicas de la Ciudad de Corona por teléfono al (951) 736-2266, por correo electrónico a, en línea en, o visite el Departamento de Obras Públicas en 400 S. Vicentia Avenue, Suite 210, Corona, CA 92822.

Una queja se puede presentarse directamente con la Federal Transit Administration mediante la presentación de una queja ante la Office of Civil Rights (Oficina de Derechos Civiles), Atención: Title VI Program Coordinator, East Building, 5th Floor-TCR, 1200 New Jersey Avenue, Washington DC 20590.

Reasonable Modification 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 Modification Request Form:

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

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:

Via Mail
City of Corona Transit Service
400 S. Vicentia Avenue, Suite 210
Corona, CA 92882

Via Phone
(951) 736-2266

Via Email

Política de Modificación 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 Modificación Razonable:

Servicio de Tránsito de la Ciudad de Corona
400 S. Vicentia Avenue, Suite 210
Corona, CA 92882
A la atención de: Transportation Planning Supervisor

Los clientes con discapacidades pueden presentar quejas en relación con las solicitudes denegadas de una modificación o adaptación razonables.

Las quejas pueden ser hechas por cualquiera de los siguientes métodos:

Por correo
Servicio de Tránsito de la Ciudad de Corona
400 S. Vicentia Avenue, Suite 210
Corona, CA 92882
A la atención de: Transportation Planning Supervisor

Por teléfono
(951) 736-2266

Por correo electrónico


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.



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.

ADA Complaints

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.

Please submit complaints to:

Nelson D. Nelson
(951) 736-2266
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

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