RRTA Service will go back to Normal Schedules – Monday, June 1, 2020 – Except – Rt. 16, Rt. 20 & Rt. 21
On Monday, June 1, 2020, Red Rose Transit Authority (RRTA) will begin operating NORMAL bus service on all bus routes except three routes that will have slight modifications.
The following routes will have schedule modifications:
The Route 6/Downtown Lancaster Loop will continue not operate.
RRTA’s normal bus service is the bus service that went into effect August 26, 2019. The schedules can be found on the home page of the RRTA website or in the printed Ride Guide schedule booklet dated August 26, 2019.
Copies will be available at Queen Street Station.
RRTA will continue, if able, a “Rear Door Entry Policy” for all routes. All customers must board the bus from the rear door to help with social distancing from the driver. Customers needing to use the kneeler will be allowed to use the front door, just ask the driver to activate the kneeler.
Also, RRTA will continue to not collect fares at this time. Free fares began Monday, March 23rd and will continue until further notice.
Due to Governor Wolf’s orders to “Stay At Home” and only travel for essential trips, RRTA requests that riders limit non-essential bus travel. And all RRTA customers are required to wear a mask while riding RRTA buses.