How does the Demand Responsive Transit System work?
Because Darke County is rural in nature, there is no need for a fixed route based transit system. Greenville Transit System (GTS) is a demand responsive transit system within the City of Greenville. We provide service with fully equipped vehicles that meet all Federal and State standards for accessibility, and cost effectiveness. We provide service based on the demand for trips each day. GTS responds with vehicles to meet the demand with the most cost effective scheduling we can achieve. Because our service is based on demand, each day is different; each driver and vehicle may have a different area of the City and different clients to pickup and transport to their destination.

For more information, please call 937-548-0437.

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1. How do I book a trip?
2. What happens if I schedule a ride and am unable to make it?
3. Why does the scheduler need my personal information?
4. How do I qualify for the ½ price elderly / disabled fare?
5. How do I get an application?
6. Can the driver help me into my house?
7. What if I need assistance beyond the vehicle?
8. Do I have to wear my seat belt?
9. What if my wheelchair is oversized or I use a scooter?
10. What is a private contract?
11. Why do I have to pay so much for county service?
12. How do we provide service?
13. How does the Demand Responsive Transit System work?
14. What is our Packages & Bags Policy?