Welcome to the Rider's Guide. Here you will find all you need to make your trip on WestCAT an enjoyable one.
Accessible Features - All
WestCAT buses are wheelchair lift equipped and has space for two wheelchairs.
The coach operator will assist you on securing your wheelchair to prevent movement while in transit. If you have difficulty using Fixed-Route Service, you might also be able to use WestCAT Dial-A-Ride.
Bikes on Buses - You
can take your bike anywhere WestCAT goes! It's easy since all coaches
are equipped with exterior bike racks. Each rack can hold two bicycles.
FAQs - We have a page of Frequently Asked Questions about riding WestCAT and Helpful Answers to make your trip a pleasant one.
How to Ride - If you're new to WestCAT, or have questions about riding the bus or the fixed route service, we have prepared a page that will help to make your trip a pleasant one. Our goal is to provide the residents and visitors in our service area with high-quality transit
Popular Destinations - Our Popular Destinations Guide lists a few popular spots along with their websites (If available) to check out that are accessible by our routes.
Safety on WestCAT - Your safety is important to us. We encourage you to practice the safety tips listed on our Safety Guide to ensure a safe and enjoyable ride aboard the bus. [PDF Version]
Travel Training - WestCAT offers travel training to the public upon request and at no charge. We offer training for anyone who would like to learn how to ride a WestCAT bus.
Web Links - Links to other area transit websites, related sites and more.
Call (510) 724-7993 for information on lost and found. The lost and found office is located at 601 Walter Avenue, Pinole.
WestCAT enforces all internal safety policies, as well as criminal statues and municipal ordinances to ensure the safety of our passengers and the public at large. A copy of WestCAT’s “Passenger Safety Policies” is available upon request