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Rt. 20 Madras Warm Springs
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Rt. 24 Redmond Bend
Rt. 25 Crooked River Ranch Redmond
Rt. 26 Redmond Prineville
Rt. 28 Redmond Sisters
Rt. 29 Bend Sisters
Rt. 30 La Pine Bend
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The Future of Public Transit in Central Oregon

We know you want more and better service to help you get where you need to go. Here’s what we’re working on.

CET’s roadmap for the next 20 years. This plan offers scenarios for service development, funding projections, and more. As a high-level plan, this provides broad brush strokes.

Mobility Hubs

Mobility hubs make connections possible. With a variety of trip options and amenities, hubs help you get where you need to go and provide resources for the surrounding neighborhood.

Mobility hubs are described in both CET’s 2040 Master Plan and the City of Bend’s Transportation System Plan.

More regular service is coming to Redmond! Flex routes offer predictable routes and a regular schedule, but with the flexibility to pick up or drop off passengers almost anywhere within a quarter mile of the route.

Hawthorne Station is getting a remodel! The parking lot and bus bays will be reconfigured to take buses out of the street and provide safer, modern waiting areas.

A new route has been proposed to add fixed route bus service to northeast Bend. The new route may launch as soon as 2025 following completion of the Bend North Corridor Project.

This study takes a detailed look at the unique conditions in Central Oregon and provides a roadmap toward building a zero-emission fleet.

CET’s public advisory body is comprised of members from across Central Oregon. They help shape the future of public transit and you can contribute! Find meeting times and submit public comment.

Recently completed major projects

This new route brings regular service and new connections to southeast Bend for the first time.

A grant from the Federal Lands Access Program kickstarted summer service to the mountain with fully accessible vehicles.

Upgrades to the electronics systems on our vehicles enabled us to add free wifi on fixed route buses.

All vehicles in the CET fleet have had advanced GPS units added. This helps our system become more efficient, but it also enables us to show you real time bus locations!

Rider boarding the Bend Dial-A-Ride service using a wheelchair lift

Computer Aided Dispatch

New computer aided scheduling and routing programs help our team serve more on-demand riders with the same number of vehicles.