Greene CATS fare structure is effective July 1, 2013.

Demand Responsive Scheduled Rides and Same Day service:

Within Greene County (each way)
To or From Neighboring Counties (each way)
Adult (14 and up)
Children (13 and under)

Demand Responsive Flex Routes:

Per One Way Trip                                  

Adult (14 and up)

Children (13 and under)

Elderly or Disabled

Number of Tokens Needed to Ride

Green token worth $1.50 / Red token worth $.75

2 Green - adult
Demand - in county
4 Red - adult
4 Green - adult
Demand - out of county
8 Red - adult
1 Green - adult
1 Red - adult

All Children are 1 Red Token for both Demand and Flex

Flex Route Monthly Passes

Effective September 1, 2017
  • Available for purchase up to three months in advance of effective date.
  • Non-transferable & Non-refundable
  • Will include name of rider
  • Good from the first day of the month until the last day of the month regardless of what day they are purchased.
    • For example, a pass purchased for May on April 15 will be good for May 1-31
    • For example, a pass purchased for May on May 15 will be good for May 15-31
Adults (ages 14 and up)
Children age 13 and under, elderly, or disabled

Flex Route Student Semester Pass

Effective December 1, 2017
  • With proof of current class schedule, high school and college students are eligible to purchase five Flex Route Monthly Passes for the price of four
    • Spring Semester (January-May) or Fall Semester (August-December)
  • Available for purchase during months of December-January for Spring Semester & July-August for Fall Semester


  • Free transfers between Flex Routes 
  • While in route to destination there is no extra charge to drop off or pick up a child at day care.
  • All fares are exact change.
  • Tokens and Flex route monthly passes are available for purchase at our Administrative Office.
    • Office can only accept cash, check, or money order as method of payment
  • An “elderly” passenger is anyone 65 years of age or older.
  • A “disabled” passenger is anyone meeting the mobility definitions of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.