Public Transportation


Wabash County Public Transportation

Transportation for ALL ages ALL over Wabash County.

To schedule a ride: 

  • call dispatch between the hours of 6 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday–Friday

  • (260) 563-7536 or (888) 498-4400

  • TDD (800) 743-3333 (Hearing Impaired)

  • Language Line (831) 648-7582

Rides are available:

  • Monday-Friday, 5:45 a.m.– 6 p.m.

  • the bus to North Manchester starts picking up riders at 5:40 a.m.

Scheduling a Ride:

  • Call to schedule a ride as soon as possible.

  • Wabash County Transit operates a demand-responsive system, which means all reservations are made on a first call-first serve basis.
  • Same day rides tend to be limited.

Wabash County Transit provides rides to all ages of Wabash County.

  • Rides can be scheduled days or weeks in advance.

  • Call to schedule your ride as soon as you know when you'll need it.

  • Wabash County Transit's service area is all of Wabash County.

  • Transit vehicles pick up riders between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m., Monday–Friday.

  • We serve all ages throughout Wabash County.

  • Door to door policy – all drivers are trained in assisting passengers on and off the vehicle.

  • Drivers cannot go inside your residence or destination.

 When making a reservation, be ready to provide the following information: (each time you call)

  • Your Name

  • Your Pick-up Address

  • Your Telephone Number

  • Time of your appointment

  • Name & Address of Destination

  • Pick-up time for your return trip

  • Whether you use a wheelchair, walker or any mobility device or other special needs

  • Wheelchair width

  • If someone will be riding with you

  • If you have a service animal

  • If you will have a caregiver/personal attendant

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  • Riders, age 60 and over, ride by donation. Ask drivers for small envelopes for your donations. For your convenience, they can give you several at a time.

  • Ages 59 and under:

  • fare is $2 per one-way trip in the city limits of North Manchester and Wabash

  • The one-way fare anywhere else in the county is $4.

  • Fares must be paid as you enter the bus for your ride with the exact change or with a pre-paid bus ticket. If the fare is to be paid by cash, the fare must be in exact cash as the driver does not carry cash and cannot make change.

  • Wabash County Transit advance purchase tickets are sold by $10 or $20 tickets. Ask about our discount passes.

  • Caregivers/personal attendants ride for free.

  • Medicaid co-pay applies.

  • Share the Fare (application based on income)

  • Wabash County Transit offers free rides to any soup kitchen, pantry, WIC Office and 85 Hope in Wabash County.

  • Wabash County Transit is not responsible for lost or stolen tickets.

  • Tickets are non-refundable. Mail a check, money order or credit card information (there will be an added service charge for credit cards) payable to:

Living Well in Wabash County CoA, Inc., PO Box 447, 239 Bond Street, Wabash, IN 46992


Customer Service:

Our goal is to provide pleasant, safe, and on-time service to all of our passengers. If you feel there is a problem that needs our attention, please see the forms below. Print and mail to us at Wabash County Transportation, PO Box 447, Wabash, IN 46992

Read more about the Wabash County Transportation–Rider's Guide (ENGLISH).

Read more about the Wabash County Transportation–Rider's Guide (SPANISH).




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