We have our Summer schedule available here. Simply click on ‘Schedule’ in the dark grey/black navigation bar and pick Summer 2014. The entire schedule is there in pdf format. You may decide which pages to print in your print menu. Summer service begins Monday, May 5.
Proposed changes to the RTS summer schedule will be discussed on Wednesday, March 26, in the RTS Administration Building located at 100 SE 10th Avenue. The discussion will be part of the RTS Citizen Advisory Board meeting and will begin at 6 p.m. Please see below for more information.
To remain eligible for federal and state funding, RTS is required annually to submit a Program of Projects to the Federal Transit Administration and a budget application for capital and operating projects to the Florida DOT. Please see below for the 2014 project list.
We are expecting delays for the rest of February on Routes 16, 17 and 122 which travel SW 16th Avenue. There also may be delays on Routes 10, 43 and 76 which travel on NW 16/23rd Avenue. These delays are related to construction.
The printed and online weekend schedules for Route 25 are not correct. Please see the correct schedules below. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Want to see how the work is progressing on the new RTS maintenance, operations and administration facility is going? Then visit: www.rtsfleet.com/index.php/live-feed
Beginning Monday, July 1, the Rosa Parks Downtown Station will be open Monday-Friday between 7AM and 5PM. Please take note and arrange to purchase your passes during these times. The station will be closed on National holidays such as Independence Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.
We have launched the RTS Youtube site (www.youtube.com/RTSGainesvilleFL) which has transit related videos. We hope you enjoy them!
Be assured that we run all scheduled routes even though buses may not be shown on the Gator Locator system. Please call our Customer Service line at (352) 334-2600 to verify routes are running. We apologize for any inconvenience.
How To Ride
Whenever the National Weather Service issues a severe weather warning or watch for Alachua County and surrounding areas, RTS will provide regular city fixed route and campus shuttle service until sustained winds reach 39 mph. At that time RTS buses will finish their current run and service will be suspended for the duration of the emergency. RTS will suspend service for complementary Paratransit Service when sustained winds reach 35 mph.
For weather emergency related information, contact Alachua County Emergency Services at 3-1-1 or Rumor Control at 352-264-6557, or visit www.alachua-em.org.