United Community Action Program, Inc.

Transit Sites


Cimarron Public Transit System operates in Creek, Kay, Osage, Pawnee and Washington Counties.  The rural transit system provides curb to curb service on a demand response basis.  All rides are open to the public and subject to availability on a first call basis. For hours of operation, fare schedule and contact information, select the appropriate county at the above right.

All trips should be scheduled at least 24 hours in advance.  Inform the dispatcher if you travel with a mobility device, service animal, or escort.  Passengers in need of a personal care assistant may travel with the assistant at no additional cost.

     For hours of operation and contact information for your area, review the list of sites at the top right brown column and make the appropriate selection.

  • Youth under the age of 12, traveling with an adult or guardian, can ride at no cost. 

Cimarron Transit ensures that no person or groups of persons shall, on the grounds of race, color, sex, age, national origin, disability/handicap, or income status, 
be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any and all programs, services or activities administered by Cimarron Transit. 
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Cimarron Transit will provide reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities, upon request. (Refer to the ADA Policy on this website.) 

Cimarron Transit is closed all federal holidays as listed below:

New Year's Day

Dr. Martin L. King Day
President's Day
Good Friday
Memoriail Day
Independence Day
Labor Day
Columbus Day
Veteran's Day
Thanksgiving Day and the following Friday
Christmas Day

TDD: 711

Cimarron Transit will make every effort to provide alternative formats to people with disabilities or need information in another language. Please call 918-762-3041 or email lcorff@ucapinc.org to share your needs.

Si desea obtener la informacion en otro idioma, llame al 580-718-0444.
Applicant/Denial of Services Appeal Procedures 
  • It shall be the policy of United Community Action Program,Inc. to ensure equal access to services.
  • Anyone may have the right to file formal application for services or resources upon request.
  • Applicants will be granted services upon meeting qualifications as required by program based upon availability of funds.
  • Applicants will receive timely approval or disapproval of assistance.
  • No one shall be denied assistance on the basis of race, color, gender, creed, religion, age, political preference familial status or disability.
Appeal Procedure:
1. Upon request, applicant shall receive written notification of appeal and appeal procedures including notices that:
a. All aggrieved parties shall be afforded a reasonable opportunity for a fair hearing.
b. The applicant or representative of the applicant shall have access to records relevant to the appeals process.
2. Should an applicant decide to appeal they must submit their intent in writing to the Project Director and Executive Director along with all information regarding the appeal. Appropriate documentation of income and other criteria may also be necessary.
3. The Executive Director, along with the Project Director or person in charge of the particular program, will review the criteria and initiate the appeals procedure within 10 days receipt of the notification of request to appeal.
4. The applicant shall be afforded an opportunity to have private and a confidential interviews pertaining to the case.
5. If the decision of the Project Director and Executive Director is not in favor of the person seeking services, and he/she still wishes to appeal, he/she may appeal to the Board of Directors.  The decision of the Board of Directors will be final at the local level.
6. If the person is not satisfied with the decision at the local level, he may appeal to the Department of Transportation. In such cases, United CAP and the appellant shall provide the funding source all relevant documentation.
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