Drivers Wanted! To apply, please call 478-225-6982 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We currently have 2 routes that serve Warner Robins, including stops at the Warner Robins Housing Authority, Wal-Mart stores, Warner Robins Recreation Center next to City Hall, the Hospital and Pavilion Houston Medical Centers, Robins Air Force Base, Kroger, Georgia VECTR Center, Georgia Military College, Central Georgia Technical College, Department of Health, Department of Labor, Nola Brantley Library and Environmental Health. We also have stops near the Houston County Court House Annex, DDS and Juvenile Court, CASA and other businesses throughout Warner Robins. Route 1 has 50 stops and Route 2 has 52 stops, with several visits to these stops on both morning and afternoon routes. See our Routes page for schedules for each route.
You must set up an appointment for demand transit within 48 hours of your scheduled appointment. Please call 478-225-6982 for details.
|Demand Transit Rates|
|Miles one way||0-3||4-6||7-10||11-15||16-20||21-25||26-30||31-35||36-40||41-45|
|Over 45 miles- $34.10 plus $1.00 per mile|
|Over 45 miles- $70.48 plus $1.00 per mile|
|Out of delivery service area cost will be negotiated- contact WRT office.|
|Wait Time $10.00 per 30 minutes - No Show $25.00 fee|
We are now accepting applications! Please note our new rates.
We are pleased to offer a specialized non-emergency service to provide transportation for persons who are not able to use our fixed route service. »GET MORE INFO
Bus fares are:
All passes are sold at the corporate office (1109 Russell Parkway, Suite B2, Warner Robins). Please have exact fare amount, because our operators cannot give change.
Travel to area stores, medical locations, government services, office and businesses with no hassles, in the comfort of one of our transit buses.
Our bus operators are trained to be customer- friendly and can answer some questions when you board your bus, or they will refer you to customer service.
WRT offers a fast and economical route to local agencies, job sites and businesses, provides the economic benefit of job accessibility, and the fares are inexpensive.
Using public transit helps the local environment in a number of ways. Public transit use helps save money on personal fuel costs and reduces the amount of harmful emissions released into the atmosphere.
The Latino Community Fund Organization, Warner Robins Transit and Georgia Military College are hosting a Houston County Community Wide Mobile Food Pantry on June 27, 2020 in the parking lot of Georgia Military College (GMC) located at 108 Prince Street, Warner Robins GA 31093.
For more information please contact Monica Pirela at 407-624-9817 or Spring Rosati at 478-636-4225
Educare Center, Inc. has an Emergency Food Pantry
in the Modern Woodmen office
at 1109 Russell Parkway Suite B2, Warner Robins Georgia, 31088
Hours of Operation are
Monday - Thursday
10:00am - 1:30pm.
Please call to make an appointment during these hours and walk-ins are welcomed.
Due to COVID-19 concerns and measures, our regular transit will NOT be operating. Our new tentative date for service to resume is August 10, 2020, however we will continue to monitor for updates from the CDC, federal, state, and local government to ensure community health and safety. Any changes regarding our service resume date will be posted here.
We ARE still offering Demand and Paratransit services. Please call our office at 478-225-6982 to schedule transit 48 hours in advance of your scheduled appointment.
Beginning January 13, 2020, our transit routes and prices will change. Current route schedules and prices are listed here on our website.
Warner Robins Transit is a privately-owned and operated Public Transit System in Houston County.
In order to sustain our services, we must increase our prices.
While most public transportation systems are supported by government funding from federal, state and local municipalities for operations and capital needs, we are only supported on a partial basis by the Houston County Commissioners with T-SPLOSTS funds to assist with purchasing buses.
We really appreciate the Commissioners for putting that referendum on the 2018-2024 T-SPLOST Budget. Warner Robins Transit staff would like to thank the Houston County Commissioners for their support of public transportation in Houston County.
We would like to thank our other community partners as well, the Warner Robins Houston County Housing Authority, Georgia Military College, Houston County Dept of Health, Volunteers of America, Educare Center Inc., Modern Woodmen of America, Literacy Council of Macon County, Inc., Perfect WorKs, and Macon Regional Crimestoppers for their continued support.
We will be seeking other funding strategies, through grants writing, fundraising, community support and other fee-based services.
Warner Robins Transit is the newest Van Pool for the Tran Serve Transportation Incentive Program at Robins Air Force Base! Our charge for transport to the base is $375 per month, the Transerv benefit is $275. We will also be servicing Peach and Macon Counties soon!
Please contact us for further details at 478-225-6982.
A QR Code has been added to our bus stop signs and company literature, allowing anyone with a smart phone to go directly to the schedule section of our website.