Ceres Area Transit (CAT)
Ceres Dial-A-Ride is a general public, curb-to-curb demand responsive
public transit service operated by a private contractor under contract to
the City of Ceres. Service is provided to residents and visitors of the
City of Ceres and the immediate surrounding unincorporated area.
Ceres Dial-A-Ride can be used for work, medical appointments, school,
meetings, senior services, events and much more. Vehicles are
wheelchair accessible for two wheelchairs and bicycle accessible for
For more information check out Ceres Dial-A-Ride.
Stanislaus Regional Transit (StaRT)
The Stanislaus Regional Transit (StaRT) provides safe and convenient transit service to residents and visitors of Stanislaus County. Fixed Routes are a transit service that provide stops at specific locations and times. All fixed route buses have space for two wheelchairs and are equipped with bike racks. Fixed route service is available on weekdays and Saturdays. A StaRT Fixed Route bus will leave at its designated scheduled time.
For more information check out Stanislaus Regional Transit.
Modesto Amtrak Train Station
A great way to travel to your destination and explore California is by
train. Our local Amtrak station is located at 1700 Held Drive in Modesto.
For more information check out Modesto Amtrak.
Ceres Bike Path
Ceres bike paths provide cyclists and pedestrians with great convenience from Whitmore Avenue on the east of Mitchell Road to Richland Avenue at Hatch Road. The bike path runs along the east side of the TID main canal between Hatch Road and Fowler Road nears Ceres Fire Station #4. The bike path runs along the same canal southward to Whitmore Avenue.