To keep riders safe, please adhere to these rules when riding the Shoreline Explorer:

  • Service animals only
  • Shoes & shirt required
  • Small strollers and carry-ons only
  • No surfboards
  • No motorized vehicles
  • No open alcoholic beverages
  • No smoking

Other rider information:

  • Bike racks are available on Blue 4 and Orange 5 (VIDEO: How to load your bicycle)
  • Vehicles are lift equipped and meet ADA requirements
  • Commuter passes are available for some lines

Detailed Map

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Route deviations:
Riders requiring route deviation should call 24 hours in advance at (207) 459-2932 to make arrangements.

Fares are currently waved for the Shoreline Explorer Blue 4 and Orange 5, but typically different fees are charged depending on the bus or trolley line.

Looking For More Transportation Options?

YCCAC’s Transportation Program offers several transportation options including – but not limited to – Local Rides, Southern Maine Connector, Connect to Cancer Care, Sanford Transit, and Wave. We are here to help you get where you need to go!

Partially funded by FTA and MaineDOT. As a recipient of Federal financial assistance, York County Community Action Corporation’s Transportation Programs are open to all, and fully comply with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. To submit comments or complaints email