Effective June 28, 2020 for Routes 9,10 & 12
Monday – Friday Hourly service. No express trips. Weekends are unchanged.
Route 15, Paso Express and SoCo Transit return to full service.Route 9
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South County Transit Short Range Transit Plan
Five working papers from the South County Transit Short Range Transit Plan are available on our Agency Reports page. The plan will ultimately make suggestions for changes and plans for the next 3-5 years of the system. This plan examines the South County Transit system as well as the RTA Dial-a-Ride programs.View all news
July 14: No Service Changes at this time
While the State of California has returned to the closing of many business sectors in response to the increase of COVID-19 cases, RTA is currently maintaining our weekly hourly schedule with no express trips. Updated schedules for ROutes 9, 10 and 12 can be found from the links on our homepage. Please contact us if you have any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org
Starting June 28: Return to Hourly Schedules. Continued required face coverings
Starting Sunday June 28, RTA and South County Transit return to hourly bus trips. There will be no express trips during this stage of transition. Fares will stay at the 50¢ regular/25¢ discounted, and a face covering is required to ride the bus.
JUNE 14: NEW FARES & FACE-COVERING REQUIREMENT
Effective Sunday June 14 RTA and South County Transit will implement two important changes.
Fares will increase to 50¢ Regular and 25¢ Discounted. Runabout changes to $1 per trip.
To reduce exposure to the COVID 19 virus, face coverings will be required to ride in transit vehicles. Face coverings can be a mask, a bandana, even a t-shirt pulled up over your nose and mouth. To read the order requiring face coverings, please visit our COVID-19 information page.
Return to Saturday schedule for Route 9, Paso Express and Dial a RIde
June 12: RTA will resume running our current schedule on Friday. We are currently running a Saturday schedule with weekday express trips.
Sunday June 14: Beginning to charge fares on transit
Starting on Sunday June 14, RTA and South County Transit will begin charging a 50¢ Regular fare and a 25¢ Discounted fare. Cash fares are accepted and no change is given by the farebox or the driver. Riders can also purchase a pass using the Token Transit phone app or physical pass through PayPal on the slorta.org website which will be mailed to you.
COVID 19 UPDATES
All of the updates and changes to our system regarding COVID 19 are found on the COVID 19 webpage.