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Butte County is located in the Central Valley north of the state capital, Sacramento. As of the 2000 census, it had a population of 203,171. 2005 estimates place this at 214,185. The county seat is Oroville. Butte County is the "Land of Natural Wealth and Beauty.Butte Regional Transit or the B-Line, provides service in and between Chico, Oroville, Paradise, Gridley and Biggs. Chico is also a connection point for Glenn Ride buses to Glenn County and Plumas Transit Systems buses to Plumas County. Greyhound buses stop in Chico.
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Arts - Amador Regional Transit System - (call (209) 267-9395) Your local transit system opened its doors in November of 1977, which translates to over 30 years of safe, reliable transit service to Amador County (service to Sacramento began in Fall, 1999). Started on a shoestring budget with only 3 small vans serving the lower end of the county, today ARTS operates on a 1.5 million dollar annual budget running a fleet of 12 buses with weekday service between all major population centers in the county and into downtown Sacramento. Among ARTS staffers are 4 employees whose tenure exceeds 20 years. Our longest-serving employee is Doug Axtell, ARTS' Maintenance and Safety Manager, with 26 years in the saddle. A good man to have in charge of safety, Doug has never had an accident in all those years.
Calaveras Transit 750 Industrial Way P.O. Box 1385 San Andreas, CA 95249 - (call 209-754-4450) Calaveras Transit offers public transportation services Monday thru Friday with the exception of observed federal holidays. Our regional service connects all Calaveras County communities with out-of-county destinations such as Jackson and Sonora.
Safety around School bus
With school buses back on the road, as a parent you might be worried about safety in school bus and around school. According to the digital journal, School bus accidents may only represent a small number of total accidents. [...] (Read Article)
July 30 2014 - Your community voice Each year the Amador County Artists Association hosts a studio tour to showcase the richness and variety of artistic talent in Amador County, and to raise money for scholarships, student art show and other projects.
November 06 2013 - 3 things to do today 11/6 Radio morning show personality Jim McClain will move into an Amador Stage Lines bus at Atlantis Casino Resort Spa, 3800 S. Virginia St., today through Friday for the Stuff-A-Bus donation drive. The community is asked to show its support by filling the entire bus with nonperishable food items, new clothes and toys. All donations will go to help the Salvation Army of Reno-Sparks provide Christmas ...
March 22 2013 - Viewpoints: State's local streets and roads system is going downhill fast These days, a scenic drive through Amador, Sonoma or Monterey county is more likely to jar your bones than soothe your soul. A new study shows that these are some of the worst roads in the state, but potholes, crumbling pavement and outdated bridges take their toll on all of us – whether we're behind the wheel, on a bike or taking a bus .
November 14 2012 - Stuff-a- Bus campaign renewed in Reno The 14th annual Stuff-A- Bus campaign starting at 5 a.m. Friday at the Atlantis Casino Resort Spa, 3800 S. Virginia St., ll feature 105.7 KOZZ-FM morning show personality Jim McClain on an Amador Stage Lines bus .
November 12 2012 - Stuff-a-Bus campaign renewed in Reno The 14th annual Stuff-A-Bus campaign starting at 5 a.m. Friday at the Atlantis Casino Resort Spa, 3800 S. Virginia St., ll feature 105.7 KOZZ-FM morning show personality Jim McClain on an Amador Stage Lines bus.
November 05 2012 - Stuff-a-Bus campaign renewed The 14th annual Stuff-A-Bus campaign starting at 5 a.m. Friday at the Atlantis Casino Resort Spa, 3800 S. Virginia St., ll feature 105.7 KOZZ-FM morning show personality Jim McClain on an Amador Stage Lines bus.