The Citylink buses are rolling! All ten are equipped with bike racks and wheelchair tie-downs. The two Expresslink buses seat 30 passengers and are fueled with clean diesel. The eight local route and paratransit buses can carry 19 passengers and are currently fueled with gasoline. The two mini-vans are used for the paratransit service and are equipped with wheelchair tie-downs.
CAP, Citywide Access Paratransit
CAP is a free curb-to-curb service in which a wheelchair-accessible Citylink bus or van comfortably transports disabled and senior residents to appointments within the Edmond city limits and within ¾ mile of a fixed route. The fixed route does not include the 100X, a commuter route from Edmond to downtown Oklahoma City.
If you are a visitor to our city and have ADA complementary paratransit service documentation from another transit agency, Citylink will provide paratransit service within ¾ mile of our fixed route services. Visitors should call during business hours at least one day in advance to schedule a trip.
If you need any information in another language, please call Citylink at (405) 509-6370.
In 2021, the City of Edmond, through a competitive process, chose RATP Dev to operate Citylink. Their reputation for exceptional customer service and safety, as well as expertise in developing effective and efficient services, are just a few of the reasons RATP Dev was chosen to operate Citylink.
Benefits of Public Transportation
- Safety - Public transportation is one of the safest modes of travel in the United States. In fact, riding a transit bus is 91 times safer than car travel!
- Saves Money - According to the American Automobile Association, the estimated cost of driving a single-occupant vehicle is between $4,826 and $9,685, depending on the size of the car and mileage. The annual average cost for public transportation for one adult ranges from $200 to $2,000 depending on mileage, time of day, type of vehicle, or service.
- Improves Air Quality - Public transportation helps promote cleaner air by reducing automobile use, which can exacerbate smog and public health problems. For each mile traveled, fewer pollutants are emitted by transit vehicles than by a single-passenger automobile.
- Reduces Energy Consumption - Public transportation can significantly reduce dependency on gasoline by reducing auto fuel consumption by 1.5 billion gallons annually. For example, a person who commutes 30 miles each way daily could save an estimated 944 gallons of gasoline every year by switching from using a car to using public transportation.