📣 Due to COVID-19 national emergency, many transit agencies have reduced or suspended service in response to drop in ridership and various local public health orders. Some agencies waive fares and allow rear door boarding to accommodate social distancing. Route information on this site may not reflect all COVID-19 related service changes. Check Twitter feeds for transit agencies for current service updates prior to travel. 😷 Face covering or mask is required onboard transit vehicles at many agencies.

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