Do you have a non-discrimination policy?

Stanislaus Regional Transit Authority (StanRTA) is committed to a policy of non-discrimination in program services pursuant to the requirements of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.  Any person who believes that he or she has been subjected to discrimination under Title VI on the basis of race, color or national origin may file a complaint with StanRTA.

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1. How do I catch the bus?
2. How may I ride the bus with my wheelchair?
3. How may I bring my bike while riding the bus?
4. How do I board the bus?
5. How do I exit the bus?
6. How do I transfer from one bus route to another?
7. Do you offer trip planning services?
8. How do I read the transit maps?
9. How do I read the transit schedules?
10. How may I find contact information for the transit services?
11. What is the passenger conduct policy?
12. May I bring bulky items on the bus?
13. Do you have a non-discrimination policy?
14. What hours may I contact a StanRTA staff member for information?
15. What are the hours of operation?
16. Are there certain seats for seniors or disabled persons?
17. Where do I find bus schedules?
18. Where may I find bus system changes?
19. Do the bus drivers work for StanRTA? Do they have special training?
20. Why don't smaller buses run on routes that aren't busy?
21. Why are some routes different, or not run on the weekend?
22. What time will the bus be at my stop?
23. Why was my bus late?
24. How do I find out which bus I need?
25. How can I plan a trip that requires more than 1 bus system?