BG Transit - Public Transportation

B.G. Transit - Public Transportation For Everyone

White minivan with B.G. Transit logos and contact information displayed on the sideThe mission of B.G. Transit is to provide safe, affordable, quality public transportation within the city limits of and area immediately surrounding Bowling Green, Ohio. All seven vans are fully accessible to persons with disabilities.

View the B.G. Transit Brochure (PDF). Alternative formats of this brochure may be obtained at the City Administrative Services Building located at:
304 N Church Street
Bowling Green, OH 43402

  1. General Information
  2. Fares
  3. Schedule a Ride
  4. No Shows
  5. Questions, Comments & Complaints

General Information

The B.G. Transit is Bowling Green's public transportation system and it is open for use by everyone!

Many people think B.G. Transit is a "taxi", but it isn't. It is a demand response public transit system that operates more like a bus service whose route is determined by scheduled rides. Because we are considered demand response we will do the best that we can to accommodate "last minute" reservations. If, however, you don't schedule your trip at least one hour in advance, you will be able to ride on a space-available basis only.

B.G. Transit is one of only a few public transportation systems in the State of Ohio, funded through grant money, which does not require 24-hour advanced reservations.

Funding is provided, in part, through the City of Bowling Green, Community Block Grant dollars, and an operating grant from the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) and the Federal Transit Administration (FTA). Since our system is grant funded, we must follow the service mandates established by ODOT and the FTA.

Quick Facts

  • Transit service is limited to within one mile outside the corporation limits of Bowling Green.
  • The service is an origin-to-destination service. Drivers may not enter any building while assisting passengers.
  • Drivers may not enter any building but may assist in the loading or unloading of packages/items into the vehicle at the curb.
  • All B.G. Transit vehicles are accessible to persons with disabilities.