Sioux Area Metro | Public Transportation
Sioux Area Metro, also referred to as SAM, provides bus and paratransit services in Sioux Falls.
Beginning on Monday, June 22, Sioux Area Metro will resume full operations and run regular fixed route and paratransit services.
SAM operations will continue with COVID-19 Procedures and passengers are encouraged to wear masks or face protection according to CDC guidelines.
Vets Ride Free
Beginning Monday, September 14, 2015 veterans can ride any Sioux Area Metro Fixed Route bus for free. Proper identification is required which include one of the following: U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Identification Card or a South Dakota state issued Operator License or Identification Card with “VETERAN” identified on the front of the license or ID card.
Transit Development Plan
The Transit Development Plan contains public transit strategies, includes a 10-year financial strategy, provides an implementation plan for new or modified transit routes, and reviews the demand for public transportation in the City. A link to the plan can be found here under Development Plan.
Transit's New Flash Card
Reloadable Flash Cards are now available!
Read more about it.
Sioux Area Metro Travel Training
What is Bus Travel Training?
It is classroom training for people who want to learn to travel independently using the regular bus system. One-on-one training is also available. Download the guide below for more information on session topics and contact number.
The mission of Sioux Area Metro is to have a positive social and economic impact on the community by providing a safe and reliable transportation option for all citizens.