Snowstorm prompts changes to school, city bus routes

By November 21, 2013Community
City and school bus routes are using winter routes today. (Photo by Heather Bryant/KTOO)

City buses and school buses are using winter routes today. (Photo by Heather Bryant/KTOO)

Juneau is under a winter storm warning from the National Weather Service. The forecast is calling for 10 to 21 inches of snow with gusting winds up to 40 mph.

The weather has prompted changes in bus routes and we’ll keep a running list of those changes here and update them throughout the day as information comes in.

Juneau School Buses

School buses are running on snow routes today. Here’s the full list of where stops will be.

Capital City Transit

Winter route changes are in effect until midnight tonight. Here are the city bus winter route changes.

No service on Cordova Street.  Please wait for the bus at the Breeze Inn stop.
No service to St Ann’s.  Please wait for the bus at the Douglas Post Office stop.
No service on Franklin or 4th street.  Please wait for the bus at the Main Street stop.
No service on Davis Avenue and Lemon Creek Road.  Please wait for the bus at Glacier Highway.

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