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550 East 6th Street
Beaumont, CA 92223
Fixed Route System
The City of Beaumont Transit System operates eight fixed routes that service Beaumont, Banning, Cherry Valley, and Cabazon. We also operate one commuter link with service to Calimesa, the Loma Linda Veteran's Hospital and the San Bernardino Metrolink Station.

Holiday Closings
The Pass Transit System does not operate on major holidays including: 
  • New Year's Day   
  • Labor Day      
  • Independence Day                
  • Memorial Day   
  • Thanksgiving Day   
  • Christmas Day        

Limited service is provided on all other major holidays. 

Where's The Bus? - Real-time bus tracking for Beaumont Pass Transit routes
Route 9 and Route 17 provide limited service and operate in conjunction with the Beaumont Unified School District calendar year. Download route maps for:
  • Commuter Link 120 - Service between WalMart, Calimesa, Loma Linda VA Hospital and San Bernardino Metrolink Station
  • Route 2 - Services Beaumont, Cherry Valley, Banning, and Cabazon
  • Route 3 - Services WalMart, Sundance, both middle schools, the high school, and Cherry Valley
  • Route 4 - Services WalMart, downtown Beaumont, Three Rings Ranch, and both middle schools
  • Route 7 - Services Fairway Canyon, the high school and both middle schools, and Rite-Aid
  • Route 9 - Services Seneca Springs, Pennsylvania Ave., both middle schools, and the high school
  • Route 11 - Services downtown, Three Rings Ranch, Oak Valley Greens, both middle schools, and the high school
  • Route 17 - Services Tournament Hills, Stetson, Cherry Valley, the high school and both middle schools, and Rite-Aid
  • Route 25 - Services Beaumont Ave, Sixth Street, Highland Springs Ave, and WalMart (also known as the Shopper Shuttle)
  • Route 40 - Services the downtown area and parts of Cherry Valley providing transportation to the Summer Concert Series.

For information and route maps on Routes 1, 5, and 6, please visit the City of Banning website.

Pass Transit Fares
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Monthly Pass Information
Effective February 2014: Monthly pass stickers will only be sold at the Beaumont Civic Center. Stickers will go on sale the last Monday of the month. The Beaumont Civic Center will also be open the first Saturday of each month from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. to sell stickers only (no passes will be printed).

Youth Monthly Passes
Beaumont Pass Transit is exceeding capacity on certain routes used predominantly by youth passengers.  For this reason, no NEW youth monthly passes will be issued, nor will lost or destroyed youth monthly passes be re-printed.  

PLEASE NOTE:  Monthly passes DO NOT guarantee a seat on any bus.  Beaumont Pass Transit is a public transit agency and it is first come, first served.  During peak hours, some buses reach capacity quickly and cannot pick up more passengers along the route, until such time as passengers disembark at future stops.  The safety of our passengers is our top priority!

We appreciate your patience as we continue to look for funding opportunities to expand our fleet to provide more transit service.

Pat Foster
Transit Operations Manager

Kristin Sherwood
Customer Service Coordinator

550 E. Sixth St.
Beaumont, CA 92223

Ph: 951-769-8532 Dial-A-Ride
Ph: 951-769-8530 General Info
Fax: 951-769-8531

Office Hours
Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Weekends and Major Holidays