Service changes affecting most Pasadena Transit routes will go into effect on July 1, 2018.
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
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. 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 stage.pasadenatransit.net or call (626) 744-4055.
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