How to Ride the Shuttle


Woman Riding Bus1. Plan your trip Check out our shuttle schedules for detailed information about riding LCT.


Not sure which shuttle travels closest to your origin and destination? Call one of our Transportation experts at 740-532-2269. Just tell us your origin, destination, date and time you wish to travel and our representative will customize travel information and you'll get your point-to-point travel itinerary plus fares.

Or, if you already know which shuttle you want to take, you can print out a shuttle schedule to plan your trip.

2. Find your shuttle stop

It's best to arrive at your shuttle stop at least five minutes before your shuttle is due. A shuttle stop sign usually indicates shuttle stops. You should hail a shuttle at these locations along the designated route. To hail a shuttle, simply signal by waving to the driver as the shuttle approaches.

3. Boarding and riding the shuttle

When you board, tell the driver where you are going and deposit the required shuttle fare. Most local shuttles require exact change in coins or $1 bills. When the shuttle approaches your stop, the driver will manuever the stop.

Gather your personal items and wait for the shuttle to come to a complete stop before getting off. Exit through the rear door to allow room for passengers boarding at the front. Step away from the shuttle and wait until it leaves before crossing the street. Never cross in front of the shuttle unless it's stopped at a red light.

Luggage On LCT Transit Buses

Luggage will not be checked and the company is not responsible for articles left behind.

LCT is not responsible for damage to luggage.

Passengers traveling on vehicles without under-floor storage will be permitted to bring up to two pieces of baggage aboard provided it can fit safely and securely in the overhead parcel racks or on the passenger's lap. Baggage may not block aisles or be placed on empty seats or cause inconvenience to other passengers.