Clallam Transit System
Created in 1979 as a Public Transportation Benefit Area, the Clallam Transit System (CTS) has grown to provide bus service to customers throughout Clallam County. Today, CTS provides service to 15 fixed routes and complimentary demand-response services, including paratransit (known as ''Clallam Connect''), with approximately 100 vehicles and 100 employees serving over 74,000 county residents throughout the 1,738 square miles of Clallam County. CTS also maintains over 60 bus shelters, 5 park-and-ride lots, and 3 transit centers. In 2017 we expanded our regional service to the Bainbridge Island Ferry Terminal through the Strait Shot, Route 123. In 2022 CTS started a pilot program with seasonal shuttle service to Hurricane Ridge in Olympic National Park.
You can find us at the following locations:
The Port Angeles Gateway Transit Center is located at 123 E Front Street, just south from the Victoria Ferry terminal.
The Sequim Transit Center is located at 190 W Cedar Street on the corner of 2nd and Cedar by City Hall in Sequim.
The Forks Transit Center is located at 551 S Forks Avenue on the corner of Forks Ave. and ''E'' Street in Forks.
Our Administration building is located at 830 W Lauridsen Blvd. Port Angeles Wa, 98363 for purchase of passes, Reduced Regional Fare Permits, lost and found, and other informational needs.