Demand Response (Dial-A-Ride)
The City of Rock Hill and York County jointly support a demand response transportation service known as York County Access. This service, frequently referred to as "Dial-A-Ride," arranges for vehicles to pick-up and drop-off passengers within rural York County and the City of Rock Hill. The operating schedule for this service is Monday thru Friday from 6:00am to 6:00pm, with a one-way fare costing $2.50. Riders who would like to use this service need to call the York County Council on Aging at least two days in advance to reserve a seat.
This service provides Ride-To-Work bus service for Rock Hill area residents. You must schedule your ride at least 1 day in advance, but you may reserve your ride for the indefinite future.
If you would like to schedule a ride or would like any additional information regarding fares, riding tips and/or customer assistance for either the Essential Service or Ride-To-Work Service , please call 803/327-6694 ext. 304.
The City of Rock Hill and the York County Council on Aging are committed to ensuring non-discriminatory service on all its transit services. If you believe you have been subjected to discrimination under Title VI, you may file a written complaint with the City of Rock Hill’s Title VI Coordinator, P.O. Box 11706, Rock Hill, SC 29731
The Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) offers weekday express bus service from downtown Rock Hill with stops at Manchester Village, Baxter Village, and Fiesta Marketplace (Carowinds) to uptown Charlotte.
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The City of Rock Hill, CATS and the York County Council on Aging are committed to ensuring non-discriminatory service on all its transit services. If you believe you have been subjected to discrimination under Title VI, you may file a written complaint with the City of Rock Hill Title VI Coordinator, P.O. Box 11706, Rock Hill 29731.
Rapid Transit Study
The Rock Hill – York County – Charlotte (RYC) Rapid Transit Study was completed in 2007 and identifies several needs and issues that transit could play a role in addressing. These issues include: worsening congestion, trip-making patterns for Rock Hill – York County commuters to Charlotte, area land use patterns, mobility options for disadvantaged communities, and support of growing population and employment centers.
The primary product of the study is a Locally Preferred Alternative (LPA) which is a transit alternative which takes into account the transit modal technology (vehicle type) and corridor alignment (route). The LPA recommended Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) be implemented in the US 21 corridor from downtown Rock Hill to the I-485 Light Rail Station.