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Some subway express trains are running local. B, W, and Z service is not running. MTA bus service has been reduced by about 25 percent. Staten Island Ferry has reduced service. LIRR and Metro-North are operating reduced service. NJ Transit rail is running an enhanced holiday schedule. Check for the latest info from the MTA, NJ Transit, and PATH. All MTA local and SBS buses must be boarded through the rear door. Regular fares remains in effect. As an added precautionary measure to protect our bus operators and customers, NJ TRANSIT is implementing rear-door boarding on all bus routes where rear-boarding is available. Citi Bike is operating and is providing free one-month memberships to critical workers (more info).
The MBTA is running reduced service: subways and most buses run on a Saturday schedule, commuter rail service is reduced, and there is no ferry service. The app has been updated with these changes. Get more info from the MBTA and RIPTA. MBTA buses and above-ground Green Line service must be boarded via the rear door. Learn more about increased sanitation schedules from the MBTA and RIPTA. Bluebikes is operating and has a 30-day program to give essential healthcare workers free bikeshare memberships (more info).
Metrorail runs every 20 minutes during the week, and every 30 minutes on weekends. A total 19 Metrorail stations are closed. Metrobus is running a modified Sunday schedule during the week. Metrobus will be limited to 26 bus routes over the weekend. More info from WMATA. In the Baltimore area, Light Rail and Metro Subway operate on weekdays using Saturday schedules. The Eastern Bus division has reopened. Previously impacted routes will resume regularly scheduled service (more info). Commuter Bus and MARC operate with reduced service. MCDOT is running reduced Ride On service (more info). WMATA Metrobus and Ride On must be boarded through the rear door and fare collection is suspended. In the Baltimore area, MDOT MTA local buses must be boarded via the rear door. Capital Bikeshare is up and running (more info). In DC and Baltimore, some dockless scooter operators also remain operational.
King County Metro and Sound Transit are running a reduced schedule. Starting Monday, March 30, Community Transit and Pierce Transit will reduce weekday bus service by about 25 percent. Fares are suspended on Sound Transit, King County Metro and Pierce Transit. Riders must board buses using the rear doors. JUMP bikes remain operational.
BART closes at 9 PM daily. Beginning Monday, March 30, all Muni Metro and light rail routes will be replaced by buses. Muni and Golden Gate Transit have reduced bus service. VTA: light rail service is suspended, all routes will stop operating after 9PM and most Express routes are cancelled until further notice (more info). Caltrain has reduced weekday service (more info). AC Transit continues to operate on a regular schedule. MST Trolley service will continue not to operate until April 26 ( more info). Find more info about COVID-19 responses from BART, Muni, VTA and Golden Gate Transit. VTA customers are asked to board buses using the rear doors. VTA has suspended fare collection for buses, light rail and paratransit services. AC Transit is implementing rear-door boarding on buses with multiple doors, and fare payment is not required. Bay Wheels is up and running (more info). In San Francisco, JUMP bikes and Spin e-scooters are also still operational. In Oakland, Lyft scooters and Gruv scooters are operating, and Gruv is offering free rides to first responders, doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and grocery store employees (the STM, STL, RTL (in French), and exo (in French). STM buses must be boarded from the rear door. To limit interaction with the operator and inspectors, fares are not validated onboard STM buses. Get more info about the STM's cleaning efforts. BIXI remains closed for the season. Communauto is operating and has increased the frequency of vehicle cleanings.
SEPTA is operating all city and suburban bus, trolley, Market Frankford, Broad Street and Norristown High Speed Lines under a Saturday schedule. Starting Sunday, March 29, Regional Rail service will operate under an essential service schedule (more info). NJ Transit rail is running an enhanced holiday schedule. Buses will remain at full weekday schedules. More info from NJ TRANSIT. NJ TRANSIT is implementing rear-door boarding on all bus routes where rear-boarding is available. Learn more about increased sanitation schedule from SEPTA. Indego bike share is up and running.
CTA is operating a regular schedule (more info.). Metra has reduced service on every line except the Heritage corridor (more info). Pace has reduced service (more info). Learn more about increased sanitation schedules from the CTA and Metra. In Chicago, Divvy is up and running, and offering discounted ($1) single trips and half price annual memberships through April 30. Tap here to start riding and unlock a bike with Transit.
Starting Monday, March 30, Metro will operate most routes under a Saturday schedule (more info from Metro). BCRTA, County RTA and Dayton RTA are operating regularly-scheduled service. TANK is operating a reduced 'Sunday plus' schedule on weekdays (more info from TANK). The Cincinnati Bell Connector streetcar service is operating with reduced service hours. Starting Monday, March 30, Metro will temporarily suspend all fare collection until further notice. BCRTA and Middletown Transit have suspended fares (learn more). TANK is suspending fares and asking riders to board buses using the rear door. SORTA riders with activated 30-day rolling passes purchased through the Transit app BEFORE MARCH 29: Metro will credit your account with a 1 day pass for each unused day remaining on the pass to be used once fare collection resumes. Learn more about increased sanitation schedules from TANK, BCRTA, Cincinnati Bell Connector streetcar and Dayton RTA. Red Bike is up and running.
Metro bus service is reduced by 15 to 20 percent. Service is also reduced on Metro Rail. Via will now provide point-to-point trips within service zones. Check the latest info from Metro. OmniTrans continues to operate regular services (more info). Other operators, such as Big Blue Bus, OCTA (starting Monday, March March 23), NCDT (starting Monday, March 23), RTA and Torrance Transit have reduced service. Metro Bus, Big Blue Bus and Omnitrans bus riders are asked to board and exit using the rear doors only. There will be no fares required from Big Blue Bus and Omnitrans riders until further notice. Learn more about increased sanitation schedules from Metro, Metrolink, OCTA, NCTD, Big Blue Bus and Omnitrans. Metro Bike Share is operating. Breeze Bike Share in Santa Monica has extended unlimited free 90-minute trips to Pay-as-you-go, Student, Monthly, Bike Share for All, and Annual members for the next month.
The TTC has suspended many express bus routes but otherwise is operating regular service. TTC bus routes are experiencing unpredictability and aren't able to strictly adhere to schedules. Service allocated with priority to the busiest routes (more info). Metrolinx is operating reduced service on GO Transit and UP Express (more info). MiWay, Brampton Transit and YRT are running reduced service. Get more info from MiWay, YRT and Brampton Transit. TTC riders must board and exit buses from the rear doors only. TTC no longer accepts cash, tickets or tokens but will not deny service to those without a PRESTO card or ticket (more info). MiWay and YRT riders are asked to board buses using the rear doors and avoid contact with the bus driver; no fare payment will be required for MiWay until further notice. In Toronto, Bike Share Toronto is up and running. Tap here to start riding. Communauto is operating and has increased the frequency of vehicle cleanings.
METRO buses will operate on weekend schedules, and some Park and Ride bus routes have reduced service. There will also be fewer seats available on buses, light rail and METROlift. Learn more from METRO. Beginning Monday, March 23, METRO is suspending fare collection until further notice. Passengers are asked to board buses using the rear doors. Get more info on METRO's cleaning efforts. Houston BCycle remains open with additional cleaning in place. Get more info from BCycle.
RideKC is currently running full service. Get the latest updates from RideKC. Fares are suspended on all RideKC buses. Get more info about RideKC's cleaning efforts. RideKC bikes and scooters are now free for 20 minute trips, and free to businesses to use for delivery (more info).
Service has been reduced across the network in Paris. For more info visit RATP and Transilien and RER. On-board fares are suspended for RATP buses (more info). Get more info about the RATP's cleaning efforts. Velib' continues operation with a reduced number of bikes and are free for heathcare employees. Communauto vehicles are available and cleaned regularly.
ETS is running on a Saturday schedule, with additional trips during rush hour, until further notice. The app has been updated with these changes. See the latest info from the City of Edmonton. ETS is not collecting fares, and riders must board and exit through the rear doors.
Saskatoon Transit service is modified effective Monday, March 23. Get all the details from Saskatoon Transit. Bus riders are asked to board and exit using the rear doors only. Saskatoon Transit will run fare-free until further notice. Get more info about Saskatoon Transit's cleaning efforts.
PSTA continues to operate regularly-scheduled transit service. Get the latest info from PSTA. Service hours on the TECO Line Streetcar System are being reduced. Get more info from HART. To limit interaction with the bus operator, PSTA will run fare-free until further notice. PSTA is asking that passengers who can to use the back door to get on and off the bus. Beginning on Monday, March 23, 2020, HART service will be FREE to youth 18 and under with valid School or HART Youth ID until regular classes resume. Get more info about PSTA's cleaning efforts. Coast Bike Share and JUMP bikes remain in service.
TfL is running reduced service across the network in London, including a shutdown of the Waterloo and City line. Some stations on other lines are closed. These changes are reflected in the app. Get the latest info from TfL. Get more info about Transport for London's cleaning efforts.
TransLink is making minor service reductions to SeaBus, bus, SkyTrain, and West Coast Express services. Get all the info fromTransLink. TransLink bus riders are asked to board and exit using the rear doors only. Fare collections are suspended until further notice on the bus system. Get more info about TransLink's cleaning efforts. Mobi bike share remains open (more info).
Starting Wednesday, March 18, CATA will be operating with reduced service. Get the latest info from CATA. Get more info about CATA's cleaning efforts.
Regular service available for Frontrunner, TRAX and paratransit. UTA buses operate on reduced schedule. Get the latest info from UTA. Bus Operators are not handling passes and will be conducting visual fare inspections only. Signs have been posted on buses advising riders to board through the rear doors. Get more info about UTA's cleaning efforts. GREENbike is up and running.
The St. Catharines Transit Commission is running with reduced service. These changes are reflected in the app's schedules. Niagara Falls Transit will operate on the Sunday schedule on all routes. WEGO Red and Blue lines will operate on the winter schedule. Get more info from St. Catharines Transit Commission and Niagara Falls Transit. Get more info about St. Catharines Transit Commission's cleaning efforts.
Beginning Thursday, March 26, Kingston Transit will operate on a reduced Sunday service schedule seven days per week, except for certain routes. Get additional info from Kingston Transit. Passengers must board Kingston Transit buses through the rear doors, and are not required to tap transit passes. Cash fares and paper transfers are not accepted at this time.
The RTC has eliminated some service: the Strip & Downtown Express (SDX) will not operate until further notice. The Deuce will remain in service at this time. RTC transit is making adjustments to continue serving customers, and may experience service delays. Get the latest info from the RTC. Get more info about the RTC's cleaning efforts. RTC Bike Share is operating.
OC Transpo, STO, and Transcollines are operating regularly-scheduled service. Get the lastest info from OC Transpo, the STO and Transcollines. Bus riders are asked to board and exit using the rear doors only. Get more info about OC Transpo and the STO's cleaning efforts. Communauto is operating and has increased the frequency of vehicle cleanings.
Starting Monday, March 30, the RTC and STLévis will run under modified schedules. Get the latest info from STLévis (in French) and the RTC (in French). Bus riders are asked to board and exit using the rear doors only. STLévis suspends fare collection controls until further notice. Get more info about STLévis and the RTC's cleaning efforts. Communauto is operating and has increased the frequency of vehicle cleanings.
PVTA is operating buses, but most routes are not running regular service. All service will be ending daily by around 9 PM starting on Monday, March 23. Get the details for each route from PVTA. Get more info on PVTA's cleaning efforts.
Most CityBus lines are running on a Saturday schedules until further notice. Get the latest info from CityBus.
Starting Monday March 30th, WeGo Transit will begin operating a modified service plan until further notice (more info). Get more info about WeGo's cleaning efforts. Nashville BCycle is currently not in service.
DDOT is reducing service until further notice. Mon - Fri service will run on a Saturday schedule, and some express routes are suspended. All SMART service is currently operating until further notice. See the latest info from DDOT and SMART. DDOT and SMART bus rides are free. Buses must be boarded from the rear door. Get more info on DDOT and SMART's cleaning efforts. In Detroit, MoGo bikeshare is up and running. Tap here to start riding.
Most transit service is running a normal schedule. To limit interaction with the bus operator, GMT will run fare-free until at least April 1st. See the latest info from GMT.
STTR is operating regular service.Get the latest info from STTR. Bus riders are asked to board and exit using the rear doors only. Fare collection controls are suspended until further notice. Get more info on the STTR's cleaning efforts.
BC Transit continues to operate regular service. Get the latest info from BC Transit. Get more info on BC Transit's cleaning efforts.
RTA bus and rapid transit services still follows normal published schedules. Park-n-Ride and Trolley services are temporarily suspended. Get more info from RTA. WRTA, TARTA, METRO RTA, PARTA and Laketran and will run fare free until further notice.
Beginning Monday, March 23, Metro Transit will begin operating a modified weekend schedule on weekdays until further notice. Metro is temporarily waiving fare enforcement of cash fares on MetroBus and Metro Call-A-Ride. Fare enforcement will continue on MetroLink. Riders are asked to board buses through the rear door. Get more info on Metro's cleaning efforts.
Calgary Transit will be reducing service levels in the coming weeks to adjust the decreased demand in ridership. Get the latest info from Calgary Transit. Calgary Transit customers are asked to board buses using the rear doors. Fare collections are suspended: please purchase single-ride tickets from Ticket Vending Machines, where possible, and rip the ticket once boarded to validate.
Effective Monday, March 23, Halifax Transit will reduce service by 30% on weekdays. Buses are limited to seated passengers only. Ferries will be operating with reduced service and limited to 50 passengers. Get the latest info from Halifax Transit. Halifax Transit is suspending all fare collection on bus and ferry services until further notice. Buses must be boarded from the rear door. Get more info on Halifax Transit's cleaning efforts. Atlantic Carshare is operating and has increased the frequency of vehicle cleanings.
All Subte lines are running modified service; only certain stations on each line remain open. Colectivos are running on a regular basis with reduced frequency. Get more info: Subte and Colectivos. Only seated passengers can board the metro and buses. From Thursday, March 26, there will be exclusive lanes to ensure the safe transportation of health professionals and essential goods.
Chapel Hill Transit will run Saturday schedules Monday through Saturday. No fixed route service will be available on Sunday. Get the latest info from Chapel Hill Transit. Bus riders are asked to board and exit using the rear doors only.
DRT will be implementing service modifications on Monday, March 23. Enhanced Saturday service will be in effect Monday to Friday. Get the latest information from DRT. Bus riders are asked to board and exit using the rear doors only. Fare collection controls are suspended until further notice.
There are currently service adjustments to Metrorail, Metromover and Metrobus schedules. Get the latest info from Miami-Dade. Riders must board Metrobus through the rear door, and Miami-Dade Transit fares are suspended. As of March 17, Miami-Dade has issued an emergency order stating that: 'No person shall operate any common used moped, motorized scooter, bicycle or motorized bicycle, or any micromobility device, on any public street or sidewalk within the limits Miami-Dade County.'
Metro Transit is running on a regular schedule. Number of passengers per vehicle must be limited whenever possible. Additional service may be added to support social distancing. Get more info on Metro Transit's cleaning efforts. Nice Ride remains closed for the season.
Port Authority is running on a normal schedule. To facilitate social distancing, signage will be posted on all vehicles and the priority seating areas will be kept in the upright position unless needed by a senior or an individual with mobility limitations. Get the latest info from Port Authority. Healthy Ride is still operational. Get the latest info from Healthy Ride.
As of Monday March 23rd, Pelham Transit will be operating on a Saturday schedule Monday through Saturday until further notice. Get the latest info from Pelham Transit.
Most TARC routes will run Saturday service schedules from Monday through Saturday, and Sunday service on Sundays until further notice. Get more details from TARC. Get more info on TARC's cleaning efforts. LouVelo is up and running. Tap here to start riding.
Get the latest info from VIA. VIA will provide temporary fare free rides to all passengers who board any VIA bus, VIAtrans, or VIA Link vehicle until April 1, 2020, at which time VIA will reevaluate and adjust as necessary.
DART is operating regular service (learn more). Trinity Metro has shifted to running a modified Sunday schedule seven days a week, with TEXRail shifting to an hourly service. Trinity Rail Express will operate six days a week on a Saturday schedule, with no service on Sundays (learn more). DCTA is reducing service hours and frequency effective Monday, March 23 learn more. Trinity Metro has suspended fare collection. DART and DCTA continue to operate with regular fare collection. Learn more about increased sanitation schedules from the DART and Trinity Metro.
All weekend CAMBUS service is suspended until further notice. Get the latest info from the University of Iowa. Fees are waived for parking permits, van pool, and bus passes for March and April. y
The STS Orange Line is suspended and the STS Yellow Line will reduce hours of operation (6 AM to 10 PM) until further notice. All other service will operate as normal. Get the latest info from STS. STS has suspended fare collection on all buses.
Baybus is running reduced service. Get additional info from Baybus.
HSR is moving to a Saturday level of service from Monday–Saturday, across most routes. Sunday service remains unchanged. More info from HSR. HSR customers are being asked to board buses from the rear doors only, and to keep a fair distance from the bus operators and other customers. Sobi service is up and running (more info).
Starting Monday, March 23, GET is moving to a Saturday-Sunday level of service. Get the latest info from GET.
TriMet continues to operate regular service. Riders are asked to keep a minimum 6-foot distance from others, including drivers and employees. Get the latest info from TriMet. Get more info on TriMet's cleaning efforts. BIKETOWN is up and running (more info).
RTD services are currently operating as scheduled. To promote social distancing, riders are asked to limit time spent in RTD stations to 10 minutes and keep a 6-feet distance with others. Get the latest info from RTD.
Beginning Monday, March 23, SMART will begin operating a modified temporary schedule has a new temporary schedule until further notice. All weekend trains are cancelled. Get the latest info from SMART. Get more info on SMART's cleaning efforts.
Effective this Saturday, March 28, Belleville Transit will be temporarily moving to On-Demand Services only. There will be no scheduled fixed-route service until further notice. Service will continue to be provided from 5 a.m. to 12 a.m. Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 12 a.m. on Saturday and 8 a.m. to 12 a.m. on Sunday. Get the latest info from Belleville Transit. Passengers are asked to continue to load/exit the bus at the rear doors, except passengers that require the ramp. Ridership will be capped at 20 passengers per vehicle.
COTA is running reduced service. From Thursday, March 26, COTA is cancelling service on several lines until further notice. Get more info from COTA. COTA is temporarily suspending fare collection for all trips. Customers are asked to enter and exit through the rear doors to encourage social distancing.
CDTA operates under a Staturday schedule on weekdays until further notice. Paratransit (STAR) continues to operate on a full weekday schedule. Northway Xpress operates a weekday schedule. Get more info from CDTA.
Starting Saturday, March 28, ROAM will reduce bus service in Banff, Canmore and Lake Louise. Get more info from ROAM.
CARTA buses are running on a regular schedule, with additional cleaning. Get more info from CARTA. Bike Chattanooga is up and running. Tap here to start riding and unlock a bike with Transit.

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