Modified Service in effect
See Modified Route information on our Message Board page.
Due to inclement weather, Routes 22 and 5 will not be operating today, Tuesday, February 16th. Other routes are on a 2 hour delay.
Schoharie County Public Transportation is happy to announce that we are beginning to resume modified service.
Effective September 8th
Changes have been made to the Routes 1 and 3 schedules. Please refer to the schedule pages for the route information.
Effective August 17th
We have made changes to the Route 2 and 2A schedules. Please refer the schedule pages for the route information.
For safety reasons, there are some required adjustments to our protocols:
• Mask or face coverings are required when riding transit buses and while waiting at bus stops.
• For social distancing purposes, seat availability is limited.
• Disinfecting wipes are available at the entry door for passenger use.
• Interior of buses are being ventilated.
Changes to our regular schedules are as follows:
Effective May 18th
-The Route 22 commuter service to downtown Albany re-opened; however, reservations are required to access this transportation at this time due to limited seating for social distancing.
-Route 5 - service to the outlying areas of Schoharie County.
Tuesday – Gilboa/Conesville/Blenheim, also on Tuesday – Sharon Springs/Carlisle/Seward and Thursday – Jefferson/Summit.
This route is by reservation only.
-Routes 20 (Albany/Schenectady) and 23 (Cooperstown) are available on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. As always, reservations are required on these routes.
Non-Emergency Medical Transportation is operating. When contacting Medical Answering Services for your transportation needs, remember to ask for Schoharie County Public Transportation as your transportation provider.
Please understand that due to Health Department protocols, our seating is limited on our buses, and riders will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we try to accommodate all passengers during this time.
In addition, we have put many disinfecting protocols into place to keep both the public and our staff as safe as possible and continue to monitor and make changes as needed to these protocols.
If you have any questions or would like any additional information, please feel free to contact the Schoharie County Public Transportation Office at 518-234-0952 (Monday through Friday). Please note that our office hours have been adjusted at this time to 7:00 am to 3:00 pm. Again, thank you for your continued support of this important public service to our community.