FAX is holding a meeting for the COG Long-Range Transit Plan at Fresno City College. On Tuesday, January 30, 2018, from 5:30 to 7:30 PM, come tell us how you think public transportation should grow and change in Fresno County. LRTP English Flyer LRTP Spanish Flyer
The City of Fresno Department of Transportation, Fresno Area Express (FAX), is moving back to the Downtown Courthouse Park Transit Center, better known as A, B, and L Shelters, on Monday, December 18, 2017. Download Courthouse Park Transit Center flyer English/Spanish.
FAX is pleased to bring you ONE Dollar Cash Fares for the holiday months of November and December 2017. It’s our way of saying thanks and encouraging you to ride the FAX bus. #gettheFAX (559) 621-RIDE
Fresno Area Express . . . FAX is operated by the City of Fresno as a public service to all citizens of and visitors to Fresno. It’s a new day, and FAX is there for you with $1 CASH FARES every day, all day, nights, weekends and holidays during the months of November and December […]
The City of Fresno is making a significant investment to improve Fresno Area Express (FAX) services. We need your help envisioning a FAX transit system that reflects your and the community's needs to improve your experience on FAX. With rapid growth, auto-oriented development, and strict air quality and environmental justice requirements, FAX is challenged with [...]
Handy Ride passengers may schedule pickups as late as 12 a.m. within the weekday Night Service area boundaries.
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Bus service will reroute from Manchester Transit Center (MTC), starting January 9, 2017. The MTC customer service counter will remain open until further notice. Temporary bus stop locations are identified on the map attached below. Routes 32, 41, and 39 will no longer provide service to MTC. Route 32 will continue straight along Fresno Street Route [...]
Have you heard? Q is coming to Fresno. Q is Bus Rapid Transit, and it’s going to improve public transportation in our area. Sometimes referred to as “light rail on wheels,” Q’s initial route will span 15.7 miles on Blackstone Avenue, from North Fresno Street to downtown, then out Ventura Avenue/Kings Canyon Road to Clovis [...]
Fresno Area Express would like to thank the Department of Homeland Security and the California Emergency Management Agency for the funding. AX has invested in a new video surveillance system for its fleet. FAX buses now are equipped with eight digital security cameras that capture images from the interior and exterior of the bus. New […]