After 10 years, Sunday service is returning to Pasadena Transit as part of a three-year, $772,507 Federal Transit Administration, Job Access Reverse Commute grant. Service changes affecting most Pasadena Transit routes will go into effect on July 1.
A city announcement said specific changes include:
* Sunday service will operate from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Routes 10, 20, 31/32, 40 & 51
* Weekday service is being added on Route 20 from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., with a bus operating about every 18 minutes
* Minor schedule adjustments are being made on Routes 10, 20, 31/32, 40 & 51/52
This new Sunday service will help close a mobility gap in this popular local service on Routes 10, 20, 31/32, 40 and 51. Also, additional service will be provided during the weekdays on the very popular Route 20; the added service is funded by Measure M funds. Measure M was passed in November 2016 and is a half-cent sales tax to fund transportation project in Los Angeles County in perpetuity.
Riders on most routes will notice schedule adjustments to improve on-time arrival performance. Adjustments were based on customer and driver feedback and analysis of actual route travel times. Many of the scheduled “stop times” on this route have been shifted-in some cases by several minutes-so all riders are advised to check updated schedules on the City’s website.
For more information on these service changes, please visit www.pasadenatransit.net or call (626) 744-4055.
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