Casper Area Transit

Passengers are our Passion and Purpose!

We’re your premier resource for public transportation services!

  • Get to a doctor’s appointment or to the grocery store using ASSIST’s reliable bus system in Casper, Evansville, Mills, Bar Nunn and parts of Natrona County. Click here to find out more opportunities for your transportation needs on ASSIST.

  • Stay with the fixed routes on the LINK serving Casper, Evansville and Mills. Click here to find out more opportunities for your transportation needs. LINK Map & Schedule





All route changes have been approved!  We are working on rolling out new maps and signs to get the word out on what exactly will be happening this coming spring.  Look for information posted at your stop soon!


Office Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00AM - 5:00PM

Office Location: 1715 E. 4th Street, Casper, WY 82601

Holiday Closures
Office 2021 holiday closures are as follows:

  • January 1st, New Year's Day
  • February 15th, Presidents' Day
  • May 31st, Memorial Day
  • July 4th,  Independence Day
  • September 6th, Labor Day
  • October 11th, Columbus Day
  • November 11th, Veteran's Day
  • November 25-26th, Thanksgiving Day
  • December 24-25th, Christmas Day
  • December 31st, New Year's Eve Day

ASSIST and LINK do not provide bus service on the following 2021 holidays:

  • January 1st, New Year's Day
  • May 31st, Memorial Day
  • July 4th,  Independence Day
  • September 6th, Labor Day
  • November 25th, Thanksgiving Day
  • December 25th, Christmas Day 


To receive the reduced fare.

  1. Click here for the application and complete it. Note: Our fiscal year is July to June, so applications will need to be updated annually.
  2. Bring completed application with your government issued photo ID and proof of income (Two months of pay stubs, food stamp card, or SSI/SSID statement) to Casper Area Transit Office located at 1715 E. 4th Street, Casper, WY 82601 during office hours Monday through Friday 8am to 5pm.


  Title VI Program 2019

Statement of Rights
Title VI Complaint Form
Non-Discrimination Statement
Discrimination Complaint Process

The City of Casper is a designated recipient of Federal Transportation Assistance from the Department of Transportation. As a designated recipient, the City of Casper is required to update their Title VI program every three (3) years. Title VI requires every designated recipient of federal funding to have a program in place to address Civil Rights complaints, to ensure that every contract funded by federal monies contains language that provides for Title VI adherence, to address Limited English Proficiency in the community through a written program, and to notify the public of their rights under Title VI. The Title VI Program is required per the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 42 U.S.C. § 2000d et seq.

The City of Casper's transit program operates without regard to race, color or national origin. If you have questions about the City's Civil Rights obligations, please contact the City of Casper at (307) 235-8255.


Contact us if you have any questions about our transportation services by calling (307) 235-8273 or (307) 235-8287, filling out the comment form (Click here), or coming to 1715 E. 4th Street, Casper, WY 82601.

We look forward to helping you get where you need to go, reliably!

Casper Area Transit