Blue Loon Transit

Physical Address: 31 Pleasant St., Suite 100
Berlin, NH
Phone: 603-752-1741
Toll Free: 888-997-2020
Fax: 603-752-2117


Gift Certificates available year round

Operating Hours:
Closed on  Major Holidays

Blue Loon Transit is a program of Tri County CAP, Inc. serving the residents and visitors of Carroll County


Hours of Operation:
Area 1
Conway/Center Conway/N. Conway/Redstone area/Albany/Madison/
Monday thru Friday
8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Area 2
West Ossipee/Tamworth/Chorcorua
Monday thru Friday
8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Area 3
Thursday – 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Ossipee/Center Ossipee
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Area 4
Monday, Tuesdays, Wednesday, Friday
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Trip Scheduling is required by noon the day before the trip. Schedule Monday trips on the Friday before. Same day service can be requested but is not guaranteed.

Return trips must be scheduled 1 hour before the system stops operating. Trip reservations may be  made up to one week in advance.



In Town: General Public: $3.00, 60+ & Disabled: Suggested donation $2.00

One Town to another in the same

service area: General Public: $5.00,

 60+ & disabled suggested donation $4.00

Rides into different service areas can be accommodated on Thursday’s on the Flex Route Buses
Exact fare will be required as drivers cannot make change.

How to use the Service
Call a scheduler toll free at 1-866-752-6890 to schedule your trip.  Provide them with your name, phone  number, trip request time, pick up location, destination, and inform  them if you require any special assistance. Pick up times may vary within a ½ hour window before or after the requested time so please be ready early. Drivers will not wait longer than 5 minutes for passengers

Trip Prioritization
Although we do try to accommodate every and all trips non emergency

Medical trips are priority.  It is possible a passenger may need to reschedule a medical appointment for the service to accommodate their trip request.

Passengers needing personal assistance may be accompanied by a personal care attendant (PCA) who also must reserve a space on the bus. 



General Information:


The Blue Loon Transit system is a Division of Tri County Community Action Program. It is a multi faceted community transit system for the general public. The service is made up of a dial a ride service door to door service and a flex route system (a fixed route that deviates ¼ of a mile on both sides). The service is subsidized with federal and state funding and matching funds for those dollars are raised through towns, the county, support from other grants, businesses, hospitals, sponsorships, and private donors.

The two services are meant to work together bringing people from the rural service areas to the flex route system where they can transfer from the dial a ride bus to  the flex route system to reach points farthest north, south, and west.

Both services are meant to provide safe, reliable, and affordable transportation so individuals can get to medical appointments, work, and utilize the services for various other reasons. On the dial a ride system medical appointments are a priority. Donations are accepted from the elderly 60 and older (if they choose to donate), fares are charged for the general public, the Blue Loon contracts services directly with the Department of Health and Human Service for clients needing rides to medical appointments and work.

The Blue Loon services are part of a One Call One Click service under Tri-County CAP’s Transportation Division and all calls are received at their office in Berlin via a toll free number 1-866-752-6890