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You Can Go Your Own Way


Traveling with RTS is a great way to get just about anywhere in Monroe County. It saves you money, gives you more free time – and helps you to relax instead of worrying about getting to your destination. With advanced technology, high efficiency and a fresh new look, we’re making your best option for public transportation even better.

Want more information? Have a question? Contact us today!

  • Call RTS Customer Service at 585-288-1700 or 888-288-3777

  • Fill out the online form at


Your RTS Bus Operator will be happy to answer any questions you have about riding the bus. We are committed to providing a great riding experience for you. We hope you enjoy the ride!

View a system map (.pdf)


If you have any questions, or need a braille or large-print version of a schedule, contact them at 585-288-1700.


Biking is an inexpensive and popular way to get around quickly. 

Need a ride? Lyft and Uber the ride-sharing services, are the easiest way to get a ride whenever you need one. Download the Lyft app or Uber app and get a ride from a friendly driver in minutes.

No car. No problem. Join Zipcar and have wheels when you need them without the hassle of owning your own car. Zipcar makes getting off campus a breeze with gas and insurance included. 

Walking! There’s no better way to get to know the city and discover hidden gems. Look into taking a guided walk tour with your friends; you’ll learn and see a lot.


Frederick Douglass - Greater Rochester International Airport is a public airport located within the City of Rochester, three miles southwest of Downtown, in Monroe County, New York. ROC is currently served by six major domestic air carriers, including Allegiant, American, Southwest, Delta, JetBlue and United serving 2.4 million passengers annually. With connections to large hub airports, service is provided to any airport worldwide. At this level of activity, the FAA classifies the airport as a “Small Hub.”

Louise M. Slaughter Station, AMTRAK departing from the Louise M. Slaughter Station on Central Avenue. This modern, light-filled station's classic design is inspired by the former New York Central depot demolished in the 1960s. Create your very own great American adventure on Amtrak’s national network. Step right from the train and onto the sidewalks of big cities and small-towns. Tour historic landmarks and national parks. Visit museums and mountains; coastlines and concert halls. Savor regional cuisine and immerse in local culture. Whatever moves you, Amtrak will get you there.

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