County Transit Agency (CCTA) is the sole public transit provider for Colusa
County. The CCTA began serving the citizens of Colusa County on October 1st,
1979. At that point, the fleet consisted of one station wagon, one
nine-passenger mini-bus and two drivers which ran under the direction of Colusa
County Public Works Department. The CCTA is a Joint Powers Authority between
the County of Colusa and the Cities of Colusa and Williams. Over the past 40
years, the CCTA has grown to a staff of ten that consist of three office
personnel, six full time drivers and one full time mechanic.
include a demand response service with fixed time routes, wherein; the bus
departs Colusa at a set time and travels throughout the destination service
area. These services are offered from 7am to 5pm, Monday through Friday on a
“flex route” schedule where the bus will deviate throughout a corridor
surrounding the basic route. All rides are available on a first come, first
serve basis. These services are currently provided in and between Colusa, Williams,
Arbuckle, Princeton, Maxwell, Stonyford, Sites, and Grimes/Meridian.
passengers are not required to register for ADA service, all CCTA vehicles are
ADA compliant with lifts and tie-downs. Curb-to-curb service is provided to the
general population, while door-to-door service is provided to the ADA
passengers. Service animals are also allowed on all routes.
offers transportation to out-of-county medical appointment to Chico, Davis,
Lincoln, Marysville, Oroville, Roseville, Sacramento, Willows, Woodland and
Yuba City. Medical appointments must be made before 2:00 pm the previous day.
This program is grant sponsored; when funding runs out the rides are stopped
until further funds become available. Donations are encouraged and accepted to
help keep the program running longer. Due to limited funding, the CCTA is no
able to provide for out-patient surgical appointment or long-term cancer
treatments, e.g. daily appointments for multiple weeks, or 4 to 8 hour