Ceres Dial-A-Ride Fares
Effective December 1, 2016
Jurors: If you have been summoned to Jury Duty you can ride free to and from the courthouse. Show your Juror summons or jury bus pass to the driver when boarding.
Personal Care Attendant (PCA): One (1) PCA can ride free with a person who requires assistance to board, ride, or disembark the vehicle.
*Two children age 5 or younger may ride free when accompanied by an eligible fare-paying passeger. Additional young children must pay the general fare. Children less than 7. years old may not ride by themselves regardless of disability.
Application for Eligibility to Ride CDAR
Except for your first ride, beginning January 1, 2017, you must be registered with CDAR as a person with a disability or senior (age 65 or over) to be eligible to ride. To reauest an applicationformcall (209 527-4991 or Click here to download an application form. Completed applications must be mailed to Storer Transit Systems, 1216 Docker Drive, Modesto, CA 95351.
How to Purchase Magnetic Striped Cards
Magnetic striped Fare Cards can be purchased from the bus driver (cash only), at Ceres City Hall, or through the mail. If by mail, make a check or money order payable to the City of Ceres, and send to City of Ceres Finance Department, Attention: Ceres Transit Fare Cards, 2220 Magnolia Street, Ceres, CA 95307. Riders and agencies may contact the Finance Department ahead of time, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, to pick up the Fare Cards. Payment is due at the time the Fare Cards are picked up. No payments will be taken over the phone. The City of Ceres does not accept credit cards.
Engineering Services Division
2220 Magnolia Street Ceres, California 95307 (209) 538-5792