QR CODES AND REAL TIME BUS INFORMATION
At each and every CTS bus stop and shelter, there is a unique QR code. At each bus stop the QR code is located on the bus stop pole. At each shelter, the QR code is located on a poster inside the shelter. Simply scan the QR code with the QR code reader on your mobile device and the real-time arrival ETA will appear for all routes which service that stop. Previously, you had to enter a five-digit code which was posted at the stop or shelter. Now you just scan and receive the info. You can also access the same info by entering into your browser “CorvallisTransit.com/(whatever the five-digit code is)”. For example, if the five-digit code for your stop is 10953, you would type in CorvallisTransit.com/10953. And voila’, your real-time info will appear.
Also remember that you can get real-time info from your desktop by going to www.CorvallisTransit.com/mybus
Welcome to Corvallis Transit System!
Corvallis Transit System (CTS) is the fareless public transit service for the City of Corvallis, Oregon providing riders with safe and reliable bus service. CTS routes and schedules have been designed to improve on-time performance, meet the evolving transportation needs of the community, and accomplish both goals without increasing the cost of transit services. CTS' new "Where's My Bus" feature offers real-time bus information and an quick and easy mobile version.
Bus service is an easy, environmentally friendly, inexpensive way to get around Corvallis. We hope you will give our day-time CTS routes and late-night Night Owl (formerly Beaver Bus) service a try.
CTS also operates the Philomath Connection (PC) and we invite you to explore nearby cities using that system as well as the other transit systems that connect to Corvallis. The PC and many others connect easily at our Downtown Transit Center.
Click here for Benton County’s Coast to Valley Express and 99 Express - Bus services to the coast and the City of Adair Village.