Join the Nationwide Bus Movement

The Bus Coalition Team is on your side, building relationships on Capitol Hill that will help you build and improve your bus systems at home.

Real Relationships

Built on a combined 50 years’ experience in Washington, we share your priorities with decisionmakers in Congress and the Executive branch.

Annual Events

Featuring our own meetings and hill visits, alongside participation in transit industry events year-round.

Useful Information

Our monthly newsletters and quarterly webinars keep you up-to-date with  our work in Washington.

Results at Home

To date, our efforts together have put more than $1.4 billion in new funding to work for our members.

Memberships to Suit Your Needs

Our basic membership levels are detailed below.  We can work with you to create a specific level/price if you require additional time with The Bus Coalition team.
$3,000 /yr Get Started
Transit systems
$250, $500, $1000 / Yr Get Started
Industry & partners
$1,000 / yr Get Started
Natn’l Bus Network
Free Get Started

What our members say….

Bus system leaders across the country are what make the Coalition work. We hope you’ll join and add to voices like these:
Richard Derock
Link Transit Wenatchee, WA “For years, bus systems sat on the sidelines and hoped that the importance of bus transit to our country would become clear.  Now we are taking action. Together. “
Edgar Benning
MTA, Flint, Michigan “Buses play crucial roles in our communities in times of need.  Like our cities, our systems need The Bus Coalition’s voice in Washington, DC.”
Len Engle
fmr Ex. Dir. Antelope Valley Transit, Lancaster, CA “In three decades of transit management and state and local advocacy, The Bus Coalition did more than any other organization I was ever a part of.  As the network grows, its impact will only grow stronger.”
Donna DeMartino
San Joaquin RTD Stockton, CA “In states like California, with major cities that depend on rail, cities like San Joaquin too often got lost in the shuffle. The Coalition has given bus a common voice in places large and small. “

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