Ride to Work Routes
Ride to Work Schedules and Routes

Baldwin Rural Area Transportation System


Commuter Tax Benefits and Frequently Asked Questions

BRATS 'Ride to Work' Schedules and Routes

Through careful planning, BRATS is able to transport hundreds of passengers to work each day.  Transportation could be available from your home to your job site on routes which are already established.  We also coordinate with employers to establish routes which will accommodate their employees.  Please call our scheduler to discuss the possibilities of route deviations for all work routes.  Arrive at all scheduled commuter stops a minimum of 15 minutes prior to listed times to ensure transport.

Below are some of the overall benefits of utilizing public transportation for your commute  to and from work:

· Arrive relaxed and ready to work, stress free
· Viable option for employees who don’t drive
· Eliminates the frustration of finding parking
· Save financially on fuel, parking cost, and depreciation on personal vehicle
· You can receive tax benefits -- Visit  the link above for details.  

BayLinc Route
This route was created to give citizens more options of travel to and from Mobile, Alabama and connects with The Wave Transit of Mobile. Baylinc Customers commuting to Mobile are now eligible for the Emergency Ride Home Program through CommuteSmart*.

NorthLinc Route
These work routes allow individuals to travel from the Eastern Shore and South Baldwin County to Bay Minette for Work.  These routes where designed for county employees as well as the general public to travel to work 5 days a week using public transportation.

The BeachLinc work route allows you to travel from the North Baldwin County Area stopping at various stops heading toward the south of the county ending in Orange Beach.

Overall Benefits of utilizing public transportation