Due to COVID and a Lack of drivers, we greatly apologize, but our North City Bus Route will be closed for the entire week of the 26th of October, 2020! We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
WHAT: CONNECT MUSKOGEE (Community Virtual Meeting)
WHEN: Wednesday, November 4, 2020 beginning at 10:00am.
WHY: Connect Muskogee is a planning process with the goal to increase transit options and active transportation alternatives that connect residents to everyday destinations.
Join the community Zoom meeting on November 4th at 10:00am:
Expert transportation planners Mark Fenton and Luke Schmidt will talk about how the project will benefit the community and help grow Muskogee, and how to share your ideas for improving and connecting our transportation system.
Please share this event to help us reach all of Muskogee!
To share your input before or after the event, visit engagekh.com/connectmuskogee and use the survey and interactive map to tell us about your transportation preferences.
We are looking for a Driver to transport clients in a comfortable, safe and timely manner. Driver responsibilities include arranging regular cleaning and maintenance services for the vehicle, planning each route based on road and traffic conditions and managing payments. Ultimately, you will help us increase customer satisfaction, making sure clients depend on us for their transportation needs. To be considered for this role, you should have a valid driver’s license and a clean driving record with no traffic violations. Note that you don’t need to have a car; we provide drivers with our own vehicles.
CDL w/passenger endorsement is helpful and there is a pay incentive for this, but not required
Map out driving routes ahead of time to determine the most expedient trip
Pick up clients from the place and at the time they’ve requested
Assist clients with loading and unloading their luggage
Listen to traffic and weather reports to stay up-to-date on road conditions
Adjust the route to avoid heavy traffic or road constructions, as needed
Answer clients’ questions about the area and local places of interest
Ensure the car seats are clean and comfortable for all riders
Schedule regular car service appointments and report any issues
Book car wash and detailing services to maintain interior and exterior cleanliness of the car
Proven experience as a Driver
A valid driver’s license
A clean driving record
Minimum visual acuity of 20/50 (or corrected to 20/50)
Familiarity with GPS devices
Knowledge of area roads and neighborhoods
Ability to lift heavy packages and luggage
Availability to occasionally take weekend shifts
A polite and professional disposition
Ability to remain calm in stressful driving situations (e.g. at rush hour)
A high school diploma
Connect Muskogee is a planning process with the goal of better integrating and connecting modes of travel throughout the City. The resulting plan will identify and prioritize a range of projects that will:
• Use insight from community members
• Improve the network - public transit, sidewalks, bikeways and trails
• Provide safe, comfortable and accessible routes
• Serve people of all ages and abilities
Click the icon above or scan the QR code with your smartphone or tablet to give your input. This will help select the projects that best meet the needs of Muskogee residents and visitors.
We are limiting the number of people on our city buses to one person per seat section. This means 7 riders on 3 of our vehicles and 9 riders on the 4th, which is currently on our northeast route.
Due to COVID-19, our Cherokee Nation partnered route to Tahlequah will run by phone request only until further notice.
We have resumed accepting trips to Tulsa.
Muskogee County Transit has been providing public transportation service for citizens in Muskogee County since 1986. Service includes Fixed Route Service for the City of Muskogee and Curb to Curb Demand Response for the City and County residents of Muskogee. Curb to Curb County Route Service include outlying communities such as Boynton, Council Hill, Ft Gibson, Haskell, Martin, McClain, Oktaha, Porum, Summit, Taft, Wainwright, Warner, & Webbers Falls.
All routes are accessible to accommodate persons with a disability.
All routes are “Open to the Public”