Salem Area Mass Transit District, known as Cherriots, is a public transit operator based in Salem, Oregon. The agency, whose name refers to the city's nickname (The Cherry City), was founded in 1979 as the Salem Area Mass Transit District, replacing municipal and private systems, and renamed itself to Salem-Keizer Transit in 2003. In 2016, the transit agency started a rebranding campaign to highlight its Cherriots operating name. All of its services now bear the Cherriots name. Cherriots operates 21 local bus routes in Salem and Keizer, as well as six routes under the Cherriots Regional brand serving outlying areas in Marion and Polk counties. Cherriots maintains a fleet of 64 buses for its regular services, alongside 46 LIFT vehicles and 15 Regional buses. Since inception, Cherriots has operated 50 GILLIG-built buses.

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