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To see if any Carpool Service have been set up, click the link above.
For Maps & Timetables of the GET buses click below:
- GET’s new rapid routes that go through the core of the city are the heart of the new system. Route 21 will allow customers to travel east and west between CSUB toBakersfield College. Route 22 takes customers through the city north and south, running between Oildale, Valley Plaza, and CSUB. These routes will operate every 15 minutes on weekdays from 6 AM to 11 PM and every 30 minutes on weekends from 7 AM to 7 PM with fewer stops. Frequent and fast service is designed to provide better service to existing customers and make public transit a viable option for those who may not have considered public transit in the past. Download the new full system map.
- GET serves the Greater Bakersfield area with 88 compressed natural gas buses serving 20 fixed routes covering 160 square miles. GET's provides curb-to-curb paratransit service with a fleet of 19 CNG GET-A-Lift vans.
- Ride your bike! All GET buses are equipped with bike racks. When you enter the bus, the driver will give you a bicycle reminder card. Be sure to give it back to the driver when you get off the bus. This tells the driver to wait while you unload your bike.
- Holiday Operating Hours:
Regular weekday schedule is maintained on Martin Luther King Day, President’s Day, Columbus Day and Veteran’s Day. Saturday schedule is Memorial Day, Independence Day and Labor Day There is no bus service on New Year’s Day, Easter, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
- Carpool participants save money by sharing the cost of driving one car. Driving one car saves on gasoline, tolls, parking and vehicle maintenance.
- Carpools reduce pollution and carbon dioxide emissions thereby reducing global warming.
- Carpools reduces driving-related stress for participants who are not driving on a specific ride. The participants take turns sharing their vehicles and driving with others.
- Carpools may provide social connections in an increasingly disconnected society. New online carpooling services are offering new ways to make social connections through discussion sites and custom ridesharing services.
- Everyday bicycling can be for everyone. It is not merely for recreation, for children, and for those who cannot afford cars. Bakersfield’s generally temperate climate and level topography, as well as a consistently improving network of arterial bike lanes and paths, all help to make Bakersfield an ideal city for cycling.
- Education is a key component to creating a cycling culture. Cycling education includes; safety, legal, and practical issues pertaining to bicycling as a primary means of transportation for both children and adults.
- Bicycling is a healthy, environmentally friendly, economical, safe, and fun means of transportation. It prevents traffic congestion and carbon emissions, improves health, and saves money for those who choose to cycle; it also saves money for society as a whole in roadway infrastructure, and health-care related costs.