Our Transportation Services Include…
OPT – (Oswego County Public Transit) – Public Fixed Route Deviation:
Open to the public, operates on a schedule of daily bus runs from various points in the rural community. 24 hours in advance request for route deviation up to 3/4-mile, same day route deviation may be permitted. This service connects with Centro bus services.
On-Demand Ride Service
Serves the remainder of Oswego County beyond the OPT Fixed Route bus lines.
Non-Emergency Medical Transportation
Transportation to and from medical appointments for individuals deemed eligible under Oswego County’s Medicaid Program.
ACCESS Oswego is a curb to curb transportation service for the general public, elderly and persons with special needs in Oswego County. Service is only available when other public transportation is not readily available in your area. This service can be used for medical, social or personal business.
OCO is a certified provider of Medicaid transportation. When you call the regional coordination office (1-855-733-9395) to schedule your Medicaid transport, be sure to ask for Oswego County Opportunities to provide your ride.
Catch a Ride with OCO Transportation!
- Our buses are clean, well-maintained and ADA accessible.
- Call with any questions, we’ll be happy to help! 315-598-4713 / TTY NY Relay 711
- Certified Medicaid Transport Provider. All Vehicles Wheelchair-Accessible! Service Animals Welcome!
- All Drivers NYS DOT-DMV Trained and Licensed.
- Route Information and Service Options
Our Mission: to provide YOU with safe, affordable, convenient transportation!
Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (the “ADA”) protects qualified individuals with a disability from discrimination on the basis of that disability in the services, programs, or activities of the Oswego County Opportunities, Inc. (OCO). This notice is posted to inform the public of the provisions of Title II of the ADA and the requirements of the federal ADA regulations.
OCO does not discriminate against qualified individuals with a disability in its services, programs, or activities. Also, qualified individuals with a disability are not excluded from participation in or denied the benefits of the services, programs, or activities of OCO. The US DOT ADA Final Rule, effective July 13, 2015, revised the local complaint process requirements in 49 CFR Parts 27 and 37 to require that recipients sufficiently advertise the process for filing an ADA-related complaint and communicate a response promptly to any individual filing a complaint.
To file a complaint or learn more about the ADA complaint process, please contact: Title II Coordinator, Oswego County Opportunities, Inc.239 Oneida Street, Fulton, NY 13069, (315) 598-4717
No person in the United States, on ground of race, color, or national origin, shall be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subject to discrimination under any program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance. If you would like more information about our non-discrimination policy, please call 315-598-4713. If you see or experience discrimination, you may file a complaint by calling OCO’s Transportation at 315-598-4713, by calling OCO’s Compliance Hotline at 1-800-359-1171.
Other Transit Services in Oswego County
Would you like to make a comment or send feedback to our OCO Transportation Services staff?
Please call us at 315-598-4713 or fill out the form below.
*Please do not use the form below to schedule a ride*
OCO Transportation Services Contact Form
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