The Covina Transit Dial-A-Ride service provides curb-to-curb transportation for registered City of Covina residents within the City of Covina and to selected local medical providers within a 3 mile radius of the City of Covina. Eligibility for Covina Transit requires proof of City of Covina residency and an age of 60 or older. City residents with conditions that qualify for service by Access Services are also eligible for the program by providing proof of City of Covina residency and a valid Access Services card.
Access Services is the provider of Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) mandated paratansit transportation for Los Angeles County. Eligibility for Access Services is not based soley on a person's disability, age, or medical diagnosis. Access Services serves all of Los Angeles County.
The City of Covina does not operate its own fixed route service. The City of Covina is a partner in the Foothill Transit joint powers authority and Foothill Transit provides fixed route service in the City of Covina. METRO fixed route buses also operate within the City of Covina.
The City of Covina Metrolnk Station (600 N. Citrus Avenue) is serviced by the Metrolink Commuter Rail system's San Bernardino Line from 4:52 AM to 11:33 PM on weekdays (please check Metrolink website for weekend and holiday hours) which provides direct service to Union Station in Downtown Los Angeles as well as the following communities: San Bernardino, Rialto, Fontana, Rancho Cucamonga, Upland, Montclair, Claremont, North Pomona, Baldwin Park, El Monte and Los Angeles-Cal State LA University.
At Union Station connections can be made to: Metrolink's other commuter rail lines (Antelope Valley, Inland Empire-Orange County, Riverside, Orange County, Ventura, and the 91 Line); to the METRO Red Line Subway to North Hollywood, METRO Purple Line Subway to Wilshire & Western, METRO Gold Line Light Rail to Pasadena/East LA; to the LAX Flyaway Bus, and to numerous bus lines that converge at Union Station. The METRO Blue Line Light Rail to Long Beach, EXPO Light Rail Line to Culver City, and Green Line Light Rail to Norwalk/Redondo Beach can be accessed through the Red Line subway at Union Station with connections at the 7th and Metro Station.