Welcome to the LT (Lebanon Transit) home page. Please review the information presented on this site to learn about COLT and how to use our services.
LT has Three divisions: Fixed Route (bus), Express Services and Paratransit (Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Program).
LT Fixed Route buses run six days a week, from Monday through Saturday. We travel throughout Lebanon County, with additional service into Hershey and the Hershey Medical Center. We also run a special route to Park City Mall in Lancaster every Saturday. All of our buses are equipped with wheelchair lifts.
LT Paratransit vans provide curb to curb service to and from any area within Lebanon County. As with our buses, all of our vans have wheelchair lifts.
Included in this web site are tips on using our services that will make the experience more enjoyable and understandable. There are various fare structures for both the Fixed Route and the Paratransit services, and these will all be be presented in the appropriate section of the web site.
Save money, save the planet and get more free time with Lebanon Transit’s Express Service to Harrisburg – the Commute King. The LT Express will provide patrons with direct, weekday service to Harrisburg from Lebanon County. The Commute King Express will make limited stops in Lebanon County at specific locations, and will stop at the Hershey Medical Center and at several specific stops in Harrisburg. Lebanon Transit will eventually have two Commute King Express routes to Harrisburg, one along the Route 422 corridor and one along the I-81 corridor.
Lebanon/Berks Transit Survey
Lebanon Transit and BARTA are conducting a survey about your transportation habits in Lebanon and Berks Counties. Please complete the survey so we can better understand your current and future transportation needs. The survey will be available through Friday, November, 29th.
Lebanon County Moves
Tell Lebanon County your travel concerns at Lebanon County Moves.
Join the discussion on improving mobility and safety in Lebanon County! Submit problem spots, "like" others' ideas, and vote in polls. Lebanon County Moves want to hear from you.