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Tri-City Roadrunner to Resume Deviated Fixed Route Service | KTIC Radio

Tri-City Roadrunner to Resume Deviated Fixed Route Service

Tri-City Roadrunner to Resume Deviated Fixed Route Service
(KNEB/RRN)

Improvements in COVID case statistics and increased passenger numbers have prompted officials with Tri-City Roadrunner to resume Deviated Fixed Route Service starting Monday, Feb. 1.

According to Scotts Bluff County Transit Manager Curt Richter, routes will return to their normal schedule of 6:30am to 6:30pm Monday through Friday, and monthly passes will again be available to those passengers using stop-to-stop transportation with no advance scheduling necessary.

Richter tells KNEB News weekly COVID figures will be monitored and adjustments to service will be made as necessary, but it’s hoped that increased vaccinations will keep those numbers falling.

He says all COVID-19 protocols on buses will remain the same with regard to required masks and social distancing to the best extent possible, and drivers will continue with sanitizing procedures to aid the reduction of virus transmission and help keep passengers and staff as safe as possible.

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