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Transportation in Cass County, Indiana

Last Updated on September 1, 2022 by Cas County Communication Network

We’ve compiled the following information about transportation from various sources.

Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles
3320 E. Market, Logansport
888-692-6841
https://www.in.gov/bmv/

Cass Area Transit
Cass Transit provides the largest rural transportation service in the state.

Weekday rides through their shared ride service can be scheduled with 24 hours advance reservation by calling 574-753-5555.

Rides are free for those 60 and older; donations are welcome.

For those under 60 years of age, rides are $2 in the city and $3 in the county. Children ages 13 and older pay regular fare. Cash is accepted but drivers cannot make change so make sure to have the exact amount. Or, tokens and punch passes are available for purchase in the Transit office located at 115 S. 6th Street in Logansport. Additional information is available in the Riders Guide.

The City Bus is free Monday through Saturday. See the schedule here.

Cass Transit provides the largest rural transportation service in the state. More information can be found here.

School Bus
Area schools provide bus transportation to and from school for students. Contact your child’s school for more information.

Bird Electric Scooters
Electric scooters are available for rent at various locations around Logansport. Riders must download the Bird – Ride Electric app and set up payment options in the app. To rent a scooter, scan the QR code on the handlebars. More info about the program is available here.

Logansport-Cass County Airport (KGGP)
Located off of SR 29 at 3735 S Airport Rd., the Logansport-Cass County Airport is used by business and recreational flyers. More information is available at https://www.lccaa.info.

Enterprise Rent-A-Car
Enterprise Rent-A-Car is located at 229 Burlington Avenue in Logansport.

Commute with Enterprise
Tyson Foods has partnered with Commute With Enterprise. Enterprise works with each location to develop a vanpooling plan, which involves grouping employees based on where they live and the shifts they work.