OCCK has provided regional transportation services throughout North Central Kansas for over 15 years. OCCK is committed to providing transportation services to the general public, seniors, and persons with disabilities, through a variety of programs. Over time, OCCK has expanded its transportation services so that more people in North Central Kansas can get to work, doctor’s appointments, medical facilities, entertainment, shopping, and more.
Information about CityGo and all of OCCK’s transportation services is provided here; or call 826-1583 or 1-855-KSRIDES (1-855-577-4337).
Transportation services are vital to helping people live as independently as possible. Many older people and adults need transportation. Transit services are especially important in shaping the economy and helping the environment.
In partnership with the City of Salina and the Kansas Department of Transportation, Salina-based OCCK Inc. operates and manages the Salina CityGo® fixed-route transit service. CityGo does not replace any of OCCK’s current transportation services; it simply enhances them.
Salina’s fixed-route bus system, CityGo, serves more than 65 percent of the city with safe, reliable, and cost-effective transportation service. In partnership with the City of Salina and the Kansas Department of Transportation, OCCK operates and manages CityGo transit services, including a fleet of buses, 180 bus stops throughout Salina, and comprehensive accessibility. Maps and timetables may be found on our transporation website at www.salinacitygo.com
Wave and Ride Routes are indicated by dashed lines on the CityGo map. Passengers may wave to a passing bus from any corner within this area, indicating that they want to board. Drivers will stop at the nearest safe location, usually the far side of an intersection.
CityGo spans the city from North to South and East to West with five routes, noted by colors on route maps and bus stops: red, blue, purple, green and yellow. There are six transfer points to make crossing from one line to the next fast and efficient. Service hours are:
Fares for the CityGo buses are $1 per trip, $2 per one-day pass, $5 for a six-trip pass, and $35 for a monthly pass. Children 10 and under will ride for free, but must be accompanied by someone 16 or older. Personal Care Attendants will also ride without charge. Each bus is wheelchair accessible. CityGo buses feature a green, organic design that is clearly marked “CityGo” and can be easily spotted.
Monthly bus passes may be purchased at the following locations:
OCCK Transportation Office, 340 N Santa Fe
OCCK Main Office, 1710 W Schilling Road
Human Resources Department at Salina Regional Health Center, 400 S Santa Fe
Senior Center, 249 N 9th
Bennington State Bank, 2130 S Ohio
Bennington State Bank, 200 S 9th
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"Regional Para-transit Demand Response Services"
OCCK offers Regional Para-transit, curb-to-curb, on-demand service for the general public throughout North Central Kansas including passengers with disabilities and seniors. Passengers seeking Paratransit services in Salina are required to meet medical eligibility due to fixed route regulations. The Regional Para-transit service has been a successful and popular program. Riders will be picked up at their address and dropped off at their destination.
Regional Para-transit service is available anywhere in North Central Kansas. Regional Service hours are:
Fares are $2 per person each way in Saline County and 10-cents per mile outside Saline County. Personal Assistants ride free. Children, 10 and under, ride free when accompanied by an adult and must have an age appropriate car seat. If OCCK transportation schedules are full or rides are requested after hours, in Salina only, the dispatcher will call a taxi for a cost of $5 each way.
To schedule a ride, or to obtain an eligibility application, call 826-1583 or 1-855-KSRIDES (1-855-577-4337) during business hours. Passengers are advised to reserve their ride by 4:00 pm on the business day before the needed ride. Same day reservations are available on a space available basis; HOWEVER return trips may result in a longer wait. Rides can be scheduled up to two weeks in advance.
Non-emergency medical transportation to and from the Salina Regional Health Center and its affiliates (Salina Regional Health Center, Salina Medical Arts Building, Santa Fe Medical Plaza, Tammy Walker Cancer Center, Salina Surgical Center, Comcare locations, Veridian and Central Kansas Foundation) is available at no cost for persons in the following counties: Clay, Cloud, Dickinson, Ellsworth, Jewell, Mitchell, Lincoln, Marion, McPherson, Osborne, Ottawa, Republic, Saline, and Smith. Advance notice of at least 24 hours is appreciated.
Non-emergency medical transportation to and from other area medical facilities, doctor’s offices, and clinics is available for $2 per ride in Saline County and 10-cents per mile outside Saline County. OCCK will make every effort to serve you.
Med-A-Van service is available between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday; off hours can be arranged by request. To schedule a ride call 826-1583 or 1-855-KSRIDES (1-855-577-4337) during business hours. Passengers are advised to reserve their ride by 4:00 pm on the business day before the needed ride. Same day reservations are available on a space available basis; HOWEVER return trips may result in a longer wait. Rides can be scheduled up to two weeks in advance.
OCCK contracts with KanCare Providers to provide non-emergency medical transportation throughout Kansas. However, only Medicaid-recipient passengers are eligible for this service. Advance notice of at least 48 hours is required. Transportation is arranged by calling your KanCare Provider the number is on the back of your Medicaid card. Please ask for OCCK to be your Transportation Provider.
OCCK Transportation Center
Debbie Atkinson, Transportation Coordinator
Patrick Wallerius, Vice President/Chief Financial Officer
Business Hours 8:00 am – 5:00 pm