LeeTran makes further adjustments to help mitigate virus’ spread
Lee County Transit (LeeTran) adjusted its fixed-route schedules beginning Wednesday, April 8, to operate a Sunday service-only schedule.
LeeTran will operate the modified schedule seven days a week as the county responds to Gov. Ron DeSantis’ safer-at-home order for non-essential services. LeeTran’s Passport service is not impacted by this operational change.
Until further notice, all routes that run on a typical Sunday – except the previously suspended Gold Line, beach trams and trolleys – will remain in operation. Any routes that do not normally offer Sunday schedules will not be in service until further notice.
Riders can access schedules for each route at www.leegov.com/leetran/covid19modifiedschedules
To follow service related updates or learn more about LeeTran, visit www.RideLeeTran.com.
Riders are asked to observe recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control for social distancing. LeeTran wants to remind riders that fares are waived and riders are asked to enter from the rear doors of the bus to limit person-to-person contact.
Note: Lee County Government’s previously announced closings, operational adjustments, news conferences and news releases are available at www.leegov.com/covid-19.