CityBus will collect fares again starting on Monday, May 4.
LAFAYETTE, IN, April 17, 2020 – A CityBus driver has tested positive for coronavirus. CityBus received confirmation of the test results from the employee on April 17.
CityBus will eliminate fares beginning March 27. Passengers can ride for free as long as Governor Eric Holcomb’s COVID-19 Stay-At-Home Executive Order (20-08) is in effect.
CityBus has prepared an emergency service plan in the event that a significant portion of the staff is unable to report for duty.
The Greater Indiana Clean Cities Coalition has recognized CityBus for its efforts in switching from diesel fuel to compressed natural gas (CNG).
CityBus board member Joe Krause has retired after 20 years of service.
CityBus of Greater Lafayette provided 5,099,775 trips in 2019 — the highest number of riders since 2014. This year’s ridership also went up 7.58% from the previous year.
CityBus will provide transportation services for the 2019 Feast of the Hunters’ Moon on Saturday, October 5 and Sunday, October 6.
CityBus of Greater Lafayette received funding from the Indiana Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust Fund on July 23. The organization will use the $182,849 grant to partially fund the acquisition of four compressed natural gas-powered buses.
CityBus will hold two public hearings to discuss changes to routes 1B and 4B and to let community members offer feedback. These hearings will take place on Wednesday, June 12 and Thursday, July 13.