Transit (LeeTran) will adjust some fixed-route schedules beginning Monday, May
In addition to
the current schedule, the Route 10 (servicing the Edison Mall and Dunbar areas)
and the Route 20 (servicing the Downtown corridor) will be reactivated and
operate Monday through Saturday. The Route 100 (servicing the Riverdale, Palm
Beach Blvd and Fort Myers areas) will increase its services. It will operate on
its Saturday schedule, Monday through Saturday and its Sunday schedule as-is.
The River District trolleys will end their seasonal services, effective Monday,
May 4, 2020. The Route 140 (servicing the US 41 corridor) will increase
frequency by adding two additional vehicles.
Effective Friday, May 8th, 2020,
LeeTran will reactivate the route 400 servicing Fort Myers Beach. The service
will begin at the Beach Park and Ride and travel from Bowditch Point Park to
Lovers Key State Park, seven days a week.
LEETRAN ANNOUNCES OUT-OF-SEASON SCHEDULE CHANGES
Two bus routes will return to their off-season schedules beginning Monday, May 18th affecting Bonita Springs and LeeTran’s connection with Collier Area Transit (CAT).
- The route 150 that services Bonita Springs and Lovers Key State Park will run on an off-season Sunday schedule
- The route 600 which services Bonita Springs and connects with Collier Area Transit (CAT) will run on an off-season Sunday schedule
asked to observe recommendations from the Centers For Disease Control for
social distancing. For more information, visit www.leegov.com/COVID-19.
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ADJUSTED SCHEDULES - JUNE 5, 2020
Lee County Transit (LeeTran) is adjusting bus service to accommodate additional ridership and provide necessary transportation as businesses reopen. The adjustments to service begin Friday, June 5.
- Bus service running from Monday through Saturday will follow a typical Saturday service schedule.
- Service on Sundays will run on a Sunday schedule. Routes that do not have Sunday schedules will not run on Sundays.
- Routes 80 and 160 will remain out of service until further notice. The service changes are part of the county's phased approach to reopening businesses and services in Lee County.