Wyandot Ride Service
Wyandot Ride Service Mission:
To provide safe public transportation services and help Wyandot County residents to maintain independence & meet daily needs.
Bus Service Hours
- Monday - Friday
7:15 AM First Pick Up
5:00 PM Last Drop Off
- Office: 440 Scott Ave. Findlay, OH
Hours: Mon-Fri: 8 AM-4:30 PM
Wyandot Rides Service Information
To cancel your trip and avoid being registered as a no-show, call 419-731-0019 ext. 21 at least two hours before your scheduled pick up. If you have a trip scheduled at 9 a.m. or earlier, please call the office by 7 a.m. or leave a message on the answering machine. If you don't cancel in a timely manner, you'll be counted as a no-show. A no-show will also be counted if you are not ready and waiting for the driver within five minutes of arrival.
If a rider has 3 no shows in a 30 day period, it will result in a 1 week suspension.
The driver can wait a maximum of FIVE (5) minutes for a pick up, riders should be ready and waiting within the 30-minute pick up window given by the scheduler.
- Wyandot Ride Service is a curb-to-curb service.
- Door-to-door service is available if needed (but must be requested when scheduling).
- Wyandot Ride Service has handicapped accessible vehicles.
Cancellations will be announced on WKXA and WFIN radio and on the Wyandot Ride Service Facebook page.
If HHWP Community Action Commission closes during the workday due to weather, Wyandot Rides will close and no return trips will be taken.
County and contract out of county trips may be cancelled if weather emergency levels are declared.
Making a Trip Reservation:
Please call 419-731-0019 ext. 21 between 8:00am and 4:30pm Monday-Friday. You can call the same day or up to two weeks in advance of your trip request. Wyandot Rides is public transportation and trips are reserved on a first come, first serve basis. Tell the scheduler the pick-up location, date, time, and destination of your trip. You will have a 30-minute window for your pick-up and your return.
While on the bus please remember:
- ALL RIDERS MUST WEAR SEATBELTS
- Good manners and courtesy are expected
- No disruptive behavior or foul language
- Be considerate to others with your packages (no bulky items)
- Carry own packages
- No smoking, eating, and/or drinking on bus
- Keep valuables secure
- If any of these are violated, the rider will be suspended
HATS observes all HHWP CAC Holidays. A list of upcoming holidays is posted in each bus and is available upon request.
Wyandot Ride Service is funded in part by the Federal Transit Administration, Ohio Department of Transportation, community partners, fee for service contracts, local donations, and fares.
For Wyandot Rides related comments, complaints, and suggestions or brochure information in an alternate format, contact the Transportation Director at 419-423-7261 ext. 24.
Wyandot Rides Fare and Passenger Information
Cash is accepted. *Drivers cannot make change*
In City -$1.50
Includes trips with a pick up and/or drop off in the same city (either in Upper Sandusky or in Carey).
In Wyandot County-$2.50
Includes trips with a pick up and/or drop off in Wyandot County but outside of either Upper Sandusky or Carey.
Out of County
Fares vary and trips are coordinated. Call for details. (There is limited availability for out of county trips.)
WRS E-Passes can be sold in person or over the phone via cash, check, or credit or debit card. Passes can be purchased in any increments with a $10 minimum purchase price. An E-Pass is easy and convenient as it will debit the funds from your account each time you board the bus without having to carry a physical pass. For more information about passes, give our staff a call at 419-423-7261.
Children age 8 and under may ride for free. An adult must accompany them. Child car seats must be provided by the adult.
Service Animal Policy
The ADA defines a service animal as any guide dog, signal dog, or other animal individually trained to provide assistance to an individual with a disability. Rider must have direct control at all times.
Wyandot County Mobility Management
The HHWP Community Action Commission is committed to identifying and removing barriers to employment, social service, and health care to improve the overall mobility for citizens of Hancock and Wyandot counties, including individuals with disabilities, older adults, low-income individuals, and other socially isolated individuals through its mobility management program.
Rich Kesler, Mobility Manager
To learn about what our mobility management program can do for you, visit our mobility management website at www.hhwpmobility.org/services
Mobility management is a customer-centered approach to designing and delivering mobility services. It involves transportation providers, planners, and community stakeholders who collaborate, plan, implement, and maintain transportation services.
It includes local and regional solutions that are customized to fit community needs and visions. It also involves innovation in transportation services, coordination, and connectivity.
Mobility management strives for easy information and referral to assist individuals in learning about and accessing community and regional transportation services.
Coordination is the efficient and effective use of transportation resources for getting people to important destinations such as jobs and medical appointments.
Coordination means working with transit providers, human service agencies, private institutions, businesses, volunteers, and political leaders to come up with creative solutions for community needs.
Wyandot Rides Complies with all Civil Rights Laws including Title VI and ADA. Public Notice of Title VI Rights.
The HHWP Community Action Commission operates its programs and services without regard to race, color, and national origin in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act. Any person who believes he/she has been aggrieved by any unlawful discriminatory practice under Title VI may file a complaint with HHWP Community Action Commission. For more information on our Title VI program and the procedures for filing complaints, contact Britta Niese at the CAC at 419-423-3755 or visit our offices at 1637 Tiffin Avenue, Findlay, OH 45840 and ask for Britta. A Title VI complaint involving our public transportation program called HATS can also be filed with the Federal Transit Administration, Office of Civil Rights, Attn: Title VI Program Coordinator, East Building, 5th Floor-TCR, 1200 New Jersey Ave., SE, Washington DC 20590. If information is needed in another language, please contact Britta Niese at 419-423-3755.