CATS is a public transportation provider serving Staunton,
Waynesboro and Augusta County. All CATS buses are handicap
accessible. For information about any of the CATS services or to
request pickup by the Demand buses, just call (540)
CATS Demand buses can pick you up at your home and take you to a location in your city, or take you to an established stop where you can transfer free to the 250 Connector. The 250 Connector does stop at the Augusta Medical Center in Fishersville. Fare for the Demand buses is $1 for handicapped and senior citizens (60+) and $2 for all others.
The NEW 250 Connector
The 250 Connector is a new, fixed route bus service serving Staunton and Waynesboro downtown areas, the hospital, the shopping mall and some local businesses. It expands CATS services and adds to the curb-to-curb on-demand buses CATS currently operates. Fare on the 250 Connector is 50 cents. Transfers to the 250 Connector from Demand buses are free.
The Connector route will be served by two buses running about one hour apart from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. In addition to the connector bus, there will be a demand bus in both Staunton and Waynesboro that will pick up passengers at their homes and take them to a stop where they can transfer to the 250 Connector. CATS will also be operating a bus serving Augusta County.
250 Connector Bus Stops
|Staunton||Gypsy Hill House / "C" Street
Staunton Visitor Center / New Street Garage
WalMart / Richmond Road
|Fishersville||Augusta Medical Center / Fishersville|
|Waynesboro||K-Mart / Route 250
Springdale Apartments / 13th & Wayne Avenue
Kroger's / Arch Avenue