What’s New in the February Bus Book?Posted January 15th, 2019
Foothill Transit will have new and improved schedules starting February 10.
The Art Issue
The latest issue of the Foothill Transit Bus Book is all about art! Check it out to find profiles of four area artists whose work you won’t want to miss. Learn tips for creating your picture-perfect ride. And flip to the fold-out San Gabriel and Pomona Valley Art Guide to discover all sorts of amazing places to see, interact with, and even create your own art – all easily accessible by bus, of course!
We have also been hard at work collecting your feedback, observing our service, and making schedule adjustments and updates to improve your commute. Here’s a glimpse at what will be new.
Schedule adjustments – We’re making schedule adjustments to Lines 185, 187, 188, 194, 270,
280, 284, 480, 493, 495, 497, 498, 499, 690, 699, and the Silver Streak to improve your commute.
Thanks for taking the time to tell us what works, what doesn’t, and what we can do better,
because it helps us improve your ride.
Time points – We have removed some of the time points from the schedules of Lines 195, 197,
286, 289, 291, 482, 486, 488, and 492 to speed up your daily commute. All of these lines will continue to serve all of the bus stops; however, some stops will no longer be listed as time points on our time tables, allowing more flexibility with traffic. Use the Trip Planner or call 1-800-RIDE-INFO (743-3463) to find the estimated time of arrival for any stop that isn’t a time point. You can learn more about time points at foothilltransit.org/timepoints.
Bus Books will be available starting in February. Pick up your FREE copy of the Bus Book before Sunday, February 24. After that, you can pick one up at our Transit Stores for $1. Or, you can download the E-Bus Book beginning in February – 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!