Brown County West Central Mass Transit
The Brown County branch of the West Central Mass Transit District was established in Mt. Sterling in May of 2007. We are dedicated to providing safe, dependable, transportation to the residents and visitors of Brown County Illinois.
Hours of operation are:
6:30 AM - 6:00 PM.
We are located at 206 SW Cross in Mt. Sterling, Il which is the Two Rivers Building.
The WCMTD provides transportation in Brown County and it's surrounding areas including but not limited to Quincy, Pittsfield, Macomb, Jacksonville & Springfield. (Please see our Morgan.Scott County page for days and times we go to Springfield.)
ALL RIDES ARE BASED ON FIRST COME FIRST SERVED AND AVAILABILITY OF SERVICES!
Go GREEN with us!
The WCMTD is a public transportation service provider. Wherever you need to go whether
it's work, medical, play, etc. just call us and ask if we can get you there!
For more information call or email us at:
RESERVATIONS ARE NOT ACCEPTED THROUGH THE WEBSITE
Public transportation is not only economical it is good for the environment!
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Student Pass Group Rate Guidelines:
- To qualify for the group rate there must be 3 or more students.
- The group rate passes can be used for transportation to and from school/YMCA only. All other rides are charged at regular fare price
- All students must be returned to the same location
- All passes must be purchased at the same time by one person or organization
The Seniors in Brown County can enjoy the freedom of getting out in the community without the hassle of driving especially in inclement weather! Our buses are always warm in the winter and cool in the summer and if some assistance is needed to get to the vehicle our drivers are happy to help. We also allow one personal assistant to ride free to assist you with your needs.
To learn more about our senior service or to schedule a ride call 217-773-3025.
With a senior card, which you can get at the Senior Center in Mt. Sterling or Versailles you don't have to hassle with worrying about having money with you to ride.
You must be at least 60 years of age to get a senior card.
To learn more about getting a Senior Card call the Senior Center in Mt. Sterling at 217-773-3241 or Versailles at 217-225-3256.
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No smoking is allowed within 15 feet of a WCMTD vehicle.
No open drink or food containers can be brought onto the bus.
No eating or drinking on the bus.
Seat belts must be fastened at all times!
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, COMMENTS OR SUGGESTIONS PLEASE LET US KNOW AT