City’s Regional Transit System to reduce frequency of service

Press release from City of Gainesville

Beginning Monday, Nov. 1, the City of Gainesville’s Regional Transit System (RTS) will temporarily reduce the frequency of bus service until further notice, due to decreased ridership demand and to staffing shortages. 

The affected bus routes are Route 1, 5, 12, 13, 20, 21, 28, 35, 36, 38, 118, and 121. Please visit www.go-rts.com or the new GNVRideRTS app for updated schedules and bus tracking.

RTS frequently hosts hiring events where applicants can apply on site and receive conditional job offers. Individuals interested in a career at RTS are asked to visit City of Gainesville Careers.

  • All you liberal readers…”Your lord giveth and it taketh away.”

    Keep believing.

  • You mean at the Corinne Brown bus center. Why don’t you take a criminal’s name off the building?

  • They are riding those electric scooters littered around the city instead of the
    Bus…maybe we should do away with RTS completely
    And people should ride bicycles in those empty bike
    Lanes instead..

  • Do you think that the increase in fuel costs might have a teensy effect on this this decision? Let’s GO Brandon! BTW, I HATE those dang scooters laying around on the sidewalks of Gainesville….They appear to be a Trial attorney’s dream…Until you have had to dodge a half-dozen kids riding inherently dangerous electric vehicles on a sidewalk, you don’t know the true definition of ‘Dodge City’….

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