We currently have 2 routes that serve Warner Robins, including the Warner Housing Authority, Wal-Mart stores, Warner Robins Recreation Center next to City Hall, the Hospital and Pavilion Houston Medical Centers, Robins Air Force Base, Kroger, Georgia VECTR Center, Georgia Military College, Central Georgia Technical College, Department of Health, Department of Labor, Nola Brantley Library and Environmental Health. We also have stops near Houston County Court House Annex, DDS and Juvenile Court, CASA and businesses throughout Warner Robins. Route 1 has 34 stops and Route 2 has 43 stops, with several visits to these stops in the morning and afternoon routes. See our Routes page for schedules for each route.
Bus fares are:
Children shorter than the fare box are free with an adult (limit 2 free children per family) $40.00 monthly pass will be sold (with a different color for each month) Contact customer service for special rates information (478-225-6982). All passes are sold at the corporate office (1109 Russell Parkway, Suite B2, Warner Robins). Please have exact fare amount, because our operators cannot give change.
Travel to area stores, medical locations, government services, office and businesses with no hassles, in the comfort of one of our transit buses.
Our bus operators are trained to be customer- friendly and can answer some questions when you board your bus, or they will refer you to customer service.
WRT offers a fast and economical route to local agencies, job sites and businesses, provides the economic benefit of job accessibility, and the fares are inexpensive.
Using public transit helps the local environment in a number of ways. Public transit use helps save money on personal fuel costs and reduces the amount of harmful emissions released into the atmosphere.
Educare Center, Inc. would like to thank the Housing Authority of the City of Warner Robins and Houston County for the great opportunity to take over the current public transit system (Warner Robins Transit). We will continue providing public and demand transportation for the Warner Robins community, with future plans to expand the system to meet the needs of our growing cities in our urban community.