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City buses prepare to run on emergency schedule

Thursday, February 21, 2013 | 7:28 a.m. CST; updated 7:51 p.m. CST, Thursday, February 21, 2013

COLUMBIA — City buses will begin with regular service Thursday morning and switch to the emergency schedule at 10 a.m.

Updates on bus service can be found at the Columbia Transit Facebook page and Twitter account. Riders with questions can contact customer service at 874-7282 or through Facebook or Twitter.

Under the emergency schedule, buses will depart from Wabash Station on the hour and from designated time-points on the half hour. Riders are urged to allow extra time for their commute.

Designated time-points for each route are as follows:

  • 101 North Loop: Oakland Junior High
  • 101 South Loop: Bethel Street and Diego Drive
  • 102 North Loop: Smiley Lane and Range Line Road.
  • 102 East Loop: Indian Hills
  • 103 West Loop: Columbia Mall
  • 103 Northeast Loop: Gerbes Paris Road
  • 104 West Loop: Hy-Vee on Broadway
  • 104 Southeast Loop: IBM, Lemone Industrial Boulevard.
  • 105 Commuter: Transfer with 101 Loop on the half-hour
  • 107 FastCAT: University Hospital, running on 30-minute headway rather than 15

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