PARKING & TRANSPORTATION
GETTING THERE BY BUS
The Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority (RTA) provides a convenient and cost-effective alternative to driving a car.
For suburban commuters, the RTA’s Park-N-Ride Program provides a convenient alternative to driving to work. The RTA has Park-N-Ride locations throughout Montgomery County.
Specific information about RTA’s routes and services is available by calling the Call Center at (937) 425-8300, and you can access the route directory, including printable schedules and maps, and sign up for route alerts at RTA’s website, i-riderta.org.
The Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission sponsors the local RIDESHARE Program which is available for free to anyone who lives, works or attends college in Montgomery, Greene, Miami, Preble, Darke and Clinton Counties.
When you register for RIDESHARE, the matching software will try to link you with others who live near you and work/attend college near you too. You’ll receive a match list of people who have similar schedules and destinations. You can contact them and make arrangements to form a carpool or vanpool.
Link, Dayton’s bike sharing program, features more than 200 bikes at 27 strategically located stations, all within an approximate two-mile radius of downtown Dayton. Customers unlock the bikes and ride to any other station or back to the original location at the end of their trip. For pricing, station maps, and other info, visit linkdayton.org.
Link is just one of the many cycling-related assets that make downtown Dayton a bike-friendly community. Find more information on our bikeable streets, bike trails, bike hub, and other biking amenities here.
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