Red Rose Transit Authority to begin normal service June 1

Lancaster

LANCASTER, Pa. (WHTM) — Red Rose Transit Authority (RRTA) will begin operating
normal bus service on June 1, for all bus routes except three routes that will have modifications.

The following routes will have schedule modifications:

  • Route 16/Millersville
  • Route 20/Greenfield
  • Route 21/Gap
  • The Route 6/Downtown Lancaster Loop will continue not operate.

The new schedules for the three routes with schedule modifications can be found on the RRTA website or copies will be available at Queen Street Station. Also, copies can be mailed to customers upon request.

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, RRTA has been operating a Saturday service schedule
on weekdays since March 30. More added service began May 11.

RRTA will continue, if able, a “Rear Door Entry Policy” for all routes. All customers must board the bus from the rear door to help with social distancing from the bus operator. Customers needing to use the kneeler will be allowed to use the front door.

RRTA will continue to “no fare collection” at this time until further notice.

Due to Governor Wolf’s orders to “Stay At Home” and only travel for essential
trips, RRTA requests that riders limit non-essential bus travel. All customers
are required to wear a mask.

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