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About:Sun Tran/service change/2-17-2019

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Sun Tran 2-17-2019

NEW TRANSIT SCHEDULES EFFECTIVE SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17TH

Service on Route 15 extends to Tucson Marketplace at the Bridges

TUCSON, Ariz. – On Sunday, February 17th, new service changes will begin for multiple Sun Tran, Sun Express and Sun Shuttle routes. The transit service is updated throughout the year in order to meet the needs of the region, as well as to keep the system as convenient, accessible and efficient as possible. Transit users should check the details of their individual schedules; many routes will have weekday and weekend schedule adjustments. Notable new changes include the following:

  • Route 15 (Campbell) will extend travel south on Kino Parkway to serve the Tucson Marketplace at the Bridges on alternate trips.
  • Routes 102X, 103X, 104X, 203X and 204X will re-direct routing to travel along Ina Rd. following completion of the interchange construction.
  • The Park & Ride site for Routes 104X and 204X will move to the Crossroads at Silverbell District Park at Silverbell Rd. and Cortaro Rd., formerly located in the Arizona Pavilions Marketplace.

The effective date printed on the Sun Tran Route Booklet is incorrect - the correct date is Sunday, February 17th.

Passengers can find updated route schedules and fare information online and in Sun Tran's Route Booklets, located on transit vehicles and at various locations throughout Tucson. Current schedules are set to expire February 16th.

For detailed route and service changes, consult the Route Schedule booklets or visit suntran.com. For information on all transit systems, call the Customer Service Center at (520) 792-9222 (for individuals with TDD equipment, call 520-628-1565).