Do you offer services for citizens of Riley County that do not live in Manhattan?
We provide a zone service to Northern Riley County. On Mondays and Tuesdays we make pick-ups between 7:30 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. We usually make our return trips between 1:00 p.m. and 1:30 p.m.

Twice a month, on the second and fourth Fridays, the ATA Bus offers a "county run". The ATA Bus picks up riders in the Leonardville, Riley, and Randolph areas and brings them to Manhattan for the day. The bus shuttles riders around town and then returns the riders home in the afternoon.

Service to and from Ogden is available Monday thru Friday. Riders wishing to ride the bus need to call in to the Dispatcher and schedule a ride on the Fort Riley shuttle.

Door to door demand response service in Ogden is available for persons with mobility impairments. Persons eligible for this ADA service must complete an application. This service is a “safety net” for those persons who do not have the functional abilities to access and ride the Ogden route bus. Every certified individual for this ADA service is required to re-certify for continuing eligibility every three years upon becoming initially certified. Call the office for further information about this service. Our number is 537-6345.

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1. Do you offer services for citizens of Riley County that do not live in Manhattan?
2. How far in advance do I need to schedule a Demand Response ride?
3. How many vehicles are available for rides?
4. How much will I pay to ride the ATA Bus Fixed Route?
5. What hours does the ATA Bus operate?
6. What if I am mobility impaired and can not get to the bus stop?
7. What if I don't live near the fixed routes?
8. What is the fare for demand response trips?
9. What Regional Services does ATA bus provide?
10. Where does the funding for the ATA Bus come from?