Healdsburg Transit

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Healdsburg Transit
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Parent City of Healdsburg
Service area city limits
Service type bus service, dial-a-bus
Alliance Sonoma County Transit
Website City of Healdsburg: Transit

Healdsburg Transit (or HT) is a bus agency providing local service to Healdsburg, California.

Healdsburg, California City in California, United States

Healdsburg is a city located in Sonoma County, in California's Wine Country. As of the 2010 United States Census, the city had a population of 11,254. Healdsburg is a small tourist-oriented town in northern Sonoma County. Due to its three most important wine-producing regions, Healdsburg has been continuously awarded one of the top 10 small towns in America and is home to three of the top wineries in the United States.

HT provides fixed-route and dial-a-ride service. Transfers are possible to Sonoma County Transit. HT participates in the free rides spare-the-air program from the MTC. [1]

Sonoma County Transit

Sonoma County Transit is a public transportation system based in Sonoma County, California.

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