We regret to announce that the Covid-19 pandemic has necessitated a reduction in transit service. While no service reduction is ever ideal, this decision was made with the interests of health and safety of our staff and the public in mind. Until further notice the following runs will be cancelled on weekdays... READ ON...
At Pueblo Transit, the health and safety of our employees, passengers, and the general public is our highest priority. While the overall risk of the coronavirus remains low, we are actively taking precautions to mitigate risk of exposure to our community. Some of the actions we are taking include disinfecting every Citi-Lift bus each night, disinfecting every fixed route bus each morning, and disinfecting the benches at the transit center each morning. Please refer to the attached information sheet, published by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, for more information on precautions you can take to minimize your exposure to the coronavirus.
As part of our ongoing effort to mitigate the risk of exposure to the 2019-nCov (Coronavirus), Pueblo Transit is temporarily eliminating passenger fares, and requiring all passengers to board and exit the bus from the rear doors. Face masks are required to board, and must be worn for the duration of the trip. To the extent possible, please observe social distancing while on the bus, by selecting a seat that maximizes your distance between other passengers and the bus driver. Please give consideration to passengers in wheelchairs, as they are limited to the designated wheelchair mounting locations on the bus. Bus ridership will be strictly limited to a 10 passenger limit. Standby busses are available for overflow passengers on an as-needed basis, and will be dispatched by bus drivers when a passenger is unable to board due to capacity constraints. Please limit your interactions with drivers to transit related questions, such as inquiries about transit routes and schedules. To learn more about actions that Pueblo Transit is taking to reduce the spread of coronavirus, please visit this site often.