Public Announcements

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Orange - Alamance Connector Route

Effective Tuesday, December 14, 2021 the Orange - Alamance Connector will be temporarily suspended. To stay up to date on all service please visit the transportation services page and select "Rider Alerts". 

For more information on the service suspension of the Orange - Alamance Route please call the Orange County Public Transportation office at 919-245-2004. 

OCPT Partners with UMO

Orange County Public Transportation has partnered with UMO to provide passengers with a simple and easy way to pay for fares. With UMO you have two options on how to pay for your fare, contactless payment using your smart phone or pay with a reloadable smart card. 

Instructions on how to set up your UMO Account: 

  1. Download the UMO Pass App available on both Apple and Google Play Stores
  2. Create an account
  3. If you would like a reloadable smart card contact OCPT Administrative Office at 919.245.2008
  4. Register your card on the on the UMO App or website to back your cards funds in case your card is lost or stolen. 
  5. Load money (passenger can use the UMO app or website for the smart cards)
  6. Select OCPT from the transit provider list 
  7. Now that you have the smart card simply tab it on the card reader when boarding or scan the QR code on your phone.

For more details on how to use the UMO App please see this short YouTube video

To download the application onto your smartphone please click the links below. IOS download app Opens in new windowgoogle play download app Opens in new window

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The Orange County Transit Plan 2020 is under development. Check out the project's website for details about the planning process and how you can get involved,

A Virtual Transit Summit was held October 1, 2020 to identity priorities and goals for the plan. Visit for the meeting recording, presentation materials, summary, and more.

  1. Public Comment Information
  2. Instrucciones para Comentario Público

Orange County Board of Commissioners' meetings and work sessions are available via live streaming video at and Orange County Gov-TV on channels 1301 or 97.6 (Spectrum Cable)

Public Comment – Written 

(for Items not on the Agenda, Agenda Items and Public Hearings)


Members of the public may provide written public comment by submitting it to the email address by 3:00 PM on the afternoon of the meeting. 


When submitting the comment, include the following: 

  • The date of the meeting
  • The agenda item (example: 6-a) you wish to comment on 
  • Your name, address, email and phone number


The Orange County Board of Commissioners, County Manager, County Attorney and Clerk to the Board, will be copied on all of the emails that are submitted. 


Public Comment – Verbal 

(for Items not on the Agenda, Agenda Items and Public Hearings)


Members of the public will be asked to contact the Clerk to the Board using the email address no later than 3:00 PM on the day of the meeting and indicate they wish to speak during the meeting. 


When submitting the request to speak, include the following: 

  • The date of the meeting
  • The agenda item (example: 6-a) you wish to speak on 
  • Your name, address, email and phone number
  • The phone number must be the number you plan to call in from if participating by phone 

Prior to the meeting, speakers will be emailed a participant link to be able to make comments during the live meeting. Speakers may use a computer (with camera and/or microphone) or phone to make comments.  Speakers using the phone for comments must use the provided PIN/Password number. 


The public speaker’s audio and video will be muted until the BOCC gets to the respective agenda item(s). Individuals who have pre-registered will then be brought into the public portion of the meeting one at a time.


If a member of the public encounters any concerns prior to or during the meeting related to speaking, please contact Greg Wilder at 919-245-2314.


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