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Call-a-Bus

What is Call-A-Bus?

Call-A-Bus is a demand response curb-to-curb service. Call-A-Bus is free and available to all residents of Prince George’s County who are not served by or cannot use existing bus or rail services.

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Who can use Call-A-Bus?

Call-A-Bus service is available to all Prince George’s County residents. However, priority is given to senior and disabled persons. Disabled persons must provide their own escort if needed.

How do I schedule a trip with Call-A-Bus?

Reservations can be made up to 14 days in advance. You must schedule your ride at least 2 days in advance for a single rider, and one week in advance for groups of 5 or more. The transportation services are provided Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Same day requests are accepted subject to availability of resources. When reserving a trip, please be sure to indicate if you will need special assistance such as a wheelchair lift or escort.

How to use Call-A-Bus?

Call (301) 336-1402 to make a reservation.

After your trip is scheduled, you will be required to call back the day before your trip after 2:00 p.m. to confirm your reservation, otherwise  it may be cancelled. Please be ready for pick-up 15 minutes prior to your scheduled time and be waiting at a location where you are visible to the driver. Due to traffic congestion, please allow 15 minutes before calling to verify if your trip is late.

**Residents of the City of District Heights will be given preference.**

 

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