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What’s New in the September Bus Book?

Posted September 19th, 2019
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Foothill Transit will have new and improved schedules starting September 29.

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 small increases to our fares and pass prices. Everything else stays the same. One-way fares increase between 10 to 25 cents. Fares for customers who qualify for senior, persons with disabilities, or Medicare discounts do not increase. Day passes increase between 50 cents to a dollar, and 31-day passes increase between $3 to $10 dollars.

Route adjustments – We have removed a segment of Line 291 along Baseline Rd, which previously served the Haynes Family of Programs, due to low ridership.

Schedule adjustments – We have extended all of the morning trips on eastbound Line 194. Now, all eastbound Line 194 morning trips end at Temple Ave and Valley Blvd. Also, look for some changes to trip times on duartEbus Lines 860 Blue and Line 861 Green. Updated schedules and maps for each line are available now as PDF files — you’ll find them at the top of each schedule page.

You can pick a Bus Book up on board our buses for free, while supplies last, starting in the middle of September. After that, they’re available at our Transit Stores for $1. Or, you can download the E-Bus Book — it’s totally customizable and always FREE. Simply select the lines and information you need and it’ll download right to your desktop or phone!

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