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Webster County 

OATS Transit is available to anyone regardless of age, income, disability, race, gender, religion, or national origin. 

To schedule a ride in Webster County, call 417-887-9272 or 800-770-6287.​

Listed below is the transportation schedule for Webster County. Fares are listed at the bottom of this page. 

To Springfield:

From Seymour, Fordland, Rogersville:

  • 3rd Tuesday of each month


From Marshfield, Elkland, Niangua:

  • 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month

Fordland, Rogersville, Seymour Area to Seymour Food Bank:

  • 4th Thursday of each month from  8 a.m. - 10 a.m. 

To Marshfield from Seymour, Fordland, and Rogersville: 

  • 4th Thursday of each month                             

Rogersville In-Town: 

  • Monday – Friday                                        


Marshfield In-Town: 

  • Monday - Friday


Marshfield/Springfield Employment Transportation:

  • Monday - Friday

Long distance transportation is also available from Webster County to Springfield, including Springfield-Branson Regional Airport, Greyhound Bus and City Utilities Bus Depots, via the Weekly Express on every other Wednesday each month. Trips must be scheduled 48 hours in advance by calling the OATS Transit Office at 1-800-770-6287.

Checkout the Southwest Intercity Express (click here). 


Fares (one way):

  • In-town Springfield: $2.00 

  • In-town rural communities: $2.00

  • In-county: $3.00

  • Adjacent County: $4.00

  • Long-Distance (three counties or more): $6.00

  • Each additional en route stop: $1.00 

*Drivers no longer accept payment from riders on the bus. Riders can add funds to their account before riding and each time they ride the fare will be withdrawn.  When calling to add funds to your account a minimum amount of $10.00 is required. You can send a personal check, money order, or cashier’s check to the OATS Transit office if you do not want to pay by credit/debit card.

Seniors age 60+ and individuals with disabilities riding under AAA contract do not have a set fare, but are asked to contribute a minimum amount for their rides. OATS Transit will provide information for riders to contribute directly to the applicable AAA.  Space on any scheduled route is limited depending on passenger load, locations, trip purpose, and funding. Priority may be given for scheduled doctor appointments and dialysis. 

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