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What’s New in the September Bus Book?

Posted September 19th, 2019 in Agency News, Commuters, Footnotes, SchedulesBus Book Cover

The latest issue of the Foothill Transit Bus Book is effective September 29. We worked hard collecting your feedback, observing our service, and making schedule adjustments and updates to improve your commute. Here’s a glimpse at what changed. Phase II Fare Update – The second part of our fare update goes into effect on September 29, 2019. There are some […]

New Fares and Passes

Posted September 3rd, 2019 in Agency News, Commuters, Featured, Footnoteswoman looks at phone in front of bus

From 2010 to 2017, we didn’t make any changes to our fares. Through those seven years, things shifted dramatically in our region. We’re travelling farther for longer hours to get customers where they need to be, which adds to the cost of running our buses (more fuel, more wear and tear). While costs are rising, […]

The 5 most productive ideas for a public transit commute

Posted August 15th, 2019 in Commuters, Featured, Footnotes, How ToBest uses of time on your commute

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Rose Bowl Shuttle Service

Posted July 23rd, 2019 in Connections, Discounts, Family, Featured, FootnotesRose Bowl Shuttle Service

Go car(e) free to live events at the Rose Bowl. Let us take care of the driving, so you can sit back, relax, and avoid the hassle of Rose Bowl traffic and parking. The shuttle is a straight shot to the front gates of the Rose Bowl. Park your car at the Parsons parking lot. […]

12 hikes you can get to on Foothill Transit

Posted July 18th, 2019 in Connections, Cycling, DTLA, Family, Featured, Footnotes, SummerFoothill Transit bus

Ready to stretch your legs? Hike just a little way down some of the spectacular trails in our area, and suddenly you feel like you’re miles away from the noise, crowds, and concrete of the city. Connecting to your nearest trailhead by bus is a perfect way to make your great escape. You don’t have […]

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