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The outbound stop at River Run and Parkcenter is closed. A temporary stop is in place far side of the intersection.
The inbound stop at University and Capitol is closed. There is no temporary stop.
The stop at Cole and Emerald is closed. There is no temporary stop.
The outbound stops at Cloverdale and Hickory and Cloverdale and DeMeyer are closed due to construction. There are no temporary stops.
The State and Collister intersection reconstruction project is expected to make unsafe a large area extending in both directions on State Street for an extended period of time. It is not recommended that bus riders attempt to cross the construction area. Outbound riders who live or commute to areas west of the canal or Collister or near the Edgewater Apartments should use the stop at State and Marketplace. The inbound stop is closed, but a temporary stop is in place at State and Harbor. Riders who live near or commute to areas east of the canal or Collister or the Samaritan Village area should use the provided stops for the #10 route at Collister and Castle or, alternatively, the stops at State and Willow provided they don’t have to cross the construction zone to get to Willow. All stops in the vicinity of the construction zone, including in front of the Collister Shopping Center, will be closed for the duration of the project.
Route 16 is on detour due to construction of the Robbins Road roundabout. The detour: right on East Garrison Road and left on Collins Road back on route. The existing stop on Robbins Road is closed; a temporary stop is in place on Garrison in front of the baseball fields. Also, the route is detouring down 2nd Street due to construction on 1st Street. The outbound stop at 9th and Sherman and the inbound and outbound stops at 9th and Brumback are closed and there is no temporary stops in place. There is a detour in place (from 9th Street): right on Sherman, left on 8th, left on Brumback back on route. Inbound: Ridenbaugh to 8th, right on 8th, right on Sherman, left on 9th back on route.
The outbound stop at Warm Springs and Avenue C is closed due to area construction. The inbound and outbound stops at Warm Springs and Avenue C and Warm Springs and Bruce are closed. There are no temporary stops in place.
All Route 28 outbound stops and Route 29 inbound stops on Cole Road are closed due to construction.
Route 44 service is ending. The last day for service is Friday, June 28, 2019.
Expect routes #28 and #29 to have delays until construction on Cole Road between Franklin Road and Barrister is completed. The scheduled completion date is Friday, July 12.
The stop at 11th and Idaho is closed. There is no temp stop in place.
The stop at 13th and Main is closed. There is no temporary stop in place.
The stop at Idaho and 1st is closed. Please use the stop at Idaho and 3rd.
There will be timing changes to this route that will be implemented on Monday, July 1, 2019. To learn more, visit the Service Changes page on this website.
The stops on Idaho between Broadway and 5th will not be serviced, this route is detouring on Front Street. Temporary stops are placed; Front and Ave A, Front and 3rd, Front and 5th.
The stops on Idaho from Broadway to 5th will not be serviced, this route is detouring on Front Street. Temporary stops are placed at; Front and Ave A, Front and 3rd, Front and 5th.
Both stops at Manitou and Beacon have been closed. Temporary stops have been placed far side Vermont for outboud and far side Euclid for Inbound.
Stops on Idaho are closed and will be using the following temporary stops, Front & Ave A, Front & 3rd, Front & 5th Street.
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