There are now two public transportation systems in Sedona. The Verde Shuttle is part of the Cottonwood Area Transit system that connects riders from the Cottonwood area to West Sedona, Uptown Sedona with stops along State Route 179 all the way to Poco Diablo Resort. The Sedona Shuttle is the newest transportation system that connects riders from designated parking areas to some of the most popular trail heads in Sedona, like Cathedral Rock, Little Horse, Dry Creek and Soldier Pass trailheads.
The Sedona Shuttle
Starting March 24, 2022, the Sedona Shuttle will begin taking visitors from designated park and ride lots to some of the busiest hiking trails in Sedona. The Posse Grounds Park & Ride is located at 20 Carruth Drive, near West Sedona School. Here you can take the bus to the Dry Creek Trailhead or the Soldier Pass Trailhead. The second parking lot is called the North SR 179 Park & Ride and it is located at 1294 SR 179 near the Church of the Red Rocks. Hikers will be able to access Little Horse Trailhead and the popular Cathedral Rock Trailhead. Bus fares are free and Red Rock Passes are not required to these trails if you are using the shuttle. For more information about the Sedona Shuttle, you can read click on our article at Sedona Trail Shuttle or visit their website at https://sedonashuttle.com
The Verde Shuttle
Easily get around Sedona by taking the Verde Shuttle Bus. Park your vehicle in the Sedona Municipal Parking Lot and ride the bus through Sedona stopping at several stops along the way. Trips within Sedona are only $1 per person. Or take the bus to the final stop at Garrison Park in Cottonwood where you can get a connecting CAT bus to take you around the city of Cottonwood. Sedona to Cottonwood regular bus fare is only $2 each way.
Verde Shuttle Public Transportation is available Monday through Friday and weekends. Schedules and service depend on weather and traffic conditions. Please check the website for the schedule and current bus fare rates at https://verdeshuttle.com/