Our Dial-A-Ride service brings the bus right to your front door and drops you off right where you need to go. Unlike big city transit drivers, our drivers are not only allowed to get out of their seats, part of their job description is to assist any passenger that needs any type of help: whether it is an arm to hold onto; or strapping a child into the child restraints built into the bus seats; or using the lift and the tie downs for someone using a wheelchair.
You only need to make one call to schedule your pick-up time and your ride back. When you call dispatch for your ride, let them know when you want the bus to bring you back home. Or, schedule your rides in advance. Our dispatchers can now schedule your rides over two months in advance!
From most cities in the eight counties of the Arrowhead, we provide bus service to Duluth and/or Brainerd one or more times a month. We also have many bus routes between cities in the Arrowhead. Check out our schedule by clicking on the county where you wish to travel. All buses are fully handicapped accessible and the seats are designed to safely secure car seats. Certified service dogs are welcome. Bicycles may be brought on the bus. Scheduled, Dial-A-Ride, and Rural Rides services provide flexible options for your travel needs. New to riding with Arrowhead Transit? Here’s what you need to know.
If you have had your 90th birthday, you are entitled to an unlimited free pass on any of the Arrowhead Transit buses. To get your pass, call me. My name is Larry Rodgers. I am the marketing coordinator at Arrowhead Transit. My phone number is 218-735-6815.
Disabled vets ride free. Just show our driver your VA ID card.
We are always looking for casual, substitute and seasonal drivers in all of our eight counties. Pay is $13.86/hour. People who are retired like the flexibility of a part-time casual bus driving job.
Apply online at: https://aeoaess.aeoa.org/careers/ All jobs require a CDL with a passenger endorsement. If your application is accepted, Arrowhead Transit will provide and pay for the training you need to obtain your professional commercial driver¹s license (CDL). You must be 21 years old