published on August 3, 2016 - 7:10 PM
Written by The Business Journal Staff

Visalia Transit has announced several route and fare changes that will become effective Saturday.


“We are always making changes in order to accommodate riders’ needs,” said Visalia Transit Manager Monty Cox. “Visalia Transit exists to serve the public, and it’s important that they can get where they need to go with us.”

Among the changes:

  • Beginning this weekend, Route 4B will be rerouted from Hurley to Noble avenues.
  • Route 7A and 7B will have service extended from Demaree Street to Akers Street with minor time adjustments.
  • Route 9A and 9B will see more frequent weekday service.
  • Route 15A will be rerouted down Mineral King Avenue with additional stops at the Visalia Convention Center and Kaweah Delta Hospital.

Visalia Transit is also creating Route 16A and 16B, which will connect northwest Visalia to south central Visalia.

Fixed one-way fare for seniors 65 and older, disabled and Medicare cardholders will be 75 cents, with day passes for those riders priced at $2.50 and 7-day passes selling for $7.50.

The mid-day/off-peak fare has been discontinued while all other fares and passes remain the same price.

For more information about the routes and schedules, call the Greenline at (877) 404-6473 or visit VisaliaTransit.com.


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