Yellow Line: Kittanning · Wick City
Serving: Human Services Office, Kittanning Cottages, Post Office & YMCA
Buses operate Monday through Saturday
Numbers and names correspond to stops on map (below).
Schedule effective July 5, 2021.
Times posted are departure times.
Click Here for a downloadable/printable .pdf copy of this schedule.
Does not operate on Sundays or on New Years Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving or Christmas.
|2. Health Center||8:22||9:22||10:22||11:22||12:22||1:22||2:22||3:22||4:22|
|3. N. McKean St. / Kittanning Cottages||8:28||9:28||10:28||11:28||12:28||1:38||2:28||3:28||4:28|
|5. Colwell Street & Orr Avenue||8:34||9:34||10:34||11:34||12:34||1:44||2:34||3:34||4:34|
|6. Orr Avenue & Monteith Street||8:37||9:37||10:37||11:37||12:37||1:47||2:37||3:37||4:37|
|7. Chestnut Street / Kittanning Cottages||8:40||9:40||10:40||11:40||12:40||1:50||2:40||3:40||4:40|
|2. Colwell Street & Orr Avenue||8:50||10:50||2:50|
Town and Country Transit's Fixed Route bus service works as a flag stop system. There are designated stops for all routes but vehicles may be flagged for a stop at most places along the route.
To "flag" a bus for a ride, position yourself on the correct side of the street well before any major intersection. Then attempt to make eye contact with the driver and raise your arm up and down (not like a hello wave). If safe, the bus operator will stop the vehicle as close to your location as possible.
Fares | Transfers
Fares are based on zones as shown below.
- Senior Citizens 65 and older - Ride Free with card.
- Armstrong School District Students - $1.00 Fare with Valid School ID
- Children under 6 ride free when accompanied by a paying adult.
- Zone 1 - $1.25 : Kittanning / Wick City
- Continuation Transfers $ .50
- Travel within a single zone $1.25
- Travel in two zones $1.50
ADA Complementary Paratransit (CP) Service is available for passengers whose origin and destination are within 3/4 of a mile of fixed routes and unable to use fixed route service due to a documented disability.
Call TACT for more information, eligibility requirements, a Transportation Services Application, or to reserve a trip at least one business day in advance of your scheduled trip at 724-548-8696.
CP Fares are $2.25 each way.
All Town & Country buses are accessible to individuals with disabilities.
For your convenience, Town & Country buses are equipped with bike racks.
Yellow Line does not operate on
Sundays or on New Years Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving or Christmas Day.
SENIOR CITIZENS RIDE FREE
Funded by the Pennsylvania State Lottery
Persons aged 65 and older are eligible for a free transit pass which entitles the holder to ride any fixed route public transit system in Pennsylvania for free. The Senior Citizen Free Transit Program is funded through the Pennsylvania State Lottery. Senior citizens are permitted to ride Town and Country Transit's fixed routes free at all times. Senior citizens are required to show a valid Senior Citizen ID Card to take advantage of the Free Transit Program. ID Cards are available at Town and Country Transit offices with proof of age. Acceptable proof of age documents include: Armed Forces discharge papers with separation date; Baptismal certificate; birth certificate; passport/naturalization papers; PA identification card; resident alien card; PACE id card; photo motor vehicle operator's license; statement of age from Social Security Administration.
Tips for an Enjoyable Ride
Smoking, eating, or portable radios without headphones are not permitted on the bus.
Please be kind to the physically challenged and elderly patrons and vacate the designated seats when necessary.
Check and make sure you have all your belongings before exiting the bus.
For everyone's safety, children should be removed from strollers and the strollers must be stowed away. Our complete policy is available here.
Reasonable Modification Practices
Town and Country Transit (TACT) will implement and follow the practices pertaining to reasonable modification of policies and procedures with respect to transportation-related requests from persons with disabilities. Federal regulations require transit agencies to make reasonable modifications to policies, practices and procedures to avoid discrimination and ensure that their programs are accessible to persons with disabilities. The complete policy is available here .
Bus Lift Limitations
The average bus has a lift that can accommodate a total combined weight of up to 800 pounds, which includes both the mobility device and the customer. The average lift platform can accommodate wheelchair dimensions of 33" x 50". TACT may or may not accommodate anything larger or heavier.