LeeTran to adjust some fixed-route schedules beginning Monday
Lee County Transit, LeeTran, will adjust schedules and restore some previously suspended service starting Monday.
The restored service, in addition to current service, will be:
Route 10, serving the Edison Mall and Dunbar areas, and Route 20, serving the Downtown corridor, will be reactivated and operate Monday through Saturday.
Route 100, serving the Riverdale, Palm Beach Boulevard and Fort Myers areas will increase its service to operate what would be a typical Saturday schedule six days a week, along with a normal Sunday schedule.
The River District trolleys will end their seasonal services, effective Monday.
Route 140, serving the U.S. 41 corridor, will increase frequency by adding two additional vehicles.
Riders can access schedules for each active route at www.leegov.com/leetran/covid19modifiedschedules
To follow service related updates or learn more about LeeTran, please visit the agency’s website at www.RideLeeTran.com.
Riders are asked to observe recommendations from the Centers For Disease Control for social distancing. For more information, visit www.leegov.com/COVID-19.