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Terre Haute Transit Utility

Terre Haute Transit Utility or Terre Haute City Bus provides public transportation in the city of Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana


Transportation is provided Monday through Saturday on 6 day and 3 evening fixed route lines along with two campus routes. One through the

Bus routes


  • East Wabash/East Locust
  • Honey Creek Mall
  • North 19th/12 Points
  • Plaza North
  • South 7th
  • Southeast/Southside


  • Northeast
  • Honey Creek Mall
  • South 7th


  • ISU Campus Route
  • Ivy Tech CampusTransit


Wheels to the World provides service to ADA qualified passengers during regular operating hours.[1]

Fares and Passes


Regular: $1.50 - Children 5 & under ride free when accompanied by an adult.
Reduced: $.75 - for Senior Citizens/Disabled/Medicare Card Holders (ID Required) from 9:15am - 3:15pm & 7:00pm - 11:00pm


14-Ride Pass: $18.00 is available from the driver or at the Transit Office.
31-Day Pass: $40.00 - Unlimited rides for 31 days from the activation date. Available at the Transit Office at the new Multi-Modal Parking Garage.

Campus Agreements

Indiana State University students, faculty and staff are able to ride the bus for free by showing their university ID.[2] This is a result of a contract with the university where it pays the transit utility $110,000 per semester, which is matched with federal transit funds.[3]
Ivy Tech students and staff have the choice to ride the Terre Haute City Bus as well as the CampusTransit Shuttle Bus at no charge by showing a valid Ivy Tech ID.[4]


Terre Haute transit uses a number of "Paratransit" vehicles manufactured by StarTrans. Fleet numbers range from 30-42 and a StarTrans Replica Trolley. Their fleet also includes two Azure Citibuses, hybrid type vehicles, that were entered service in May 2010.


External links

  • Terre Haute Transit
  • Terre Haute Economic Development Corp
  • West Central Indiana Metropolitan Planning Organization Transportation Planning

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