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TRANSIT ANNOUNCES COMPLETION OF FIRST PILOT PROGRAM

The Lake Havasu City Transit System is announcing the completion of its first pilot fixed route the Gray Route, on Friday, July 8, 2022 at 2:00 p.m. The route serviced nine bus stop locations in the downtown corridor and the temporary transit hub in the Pima Wash parking lot.

The data collected from this pilot program, is currently being evaluated by staff in an effort to improve existing transit conditions within the City and explore ways to improve bus services. Once completed, The Bridge fixed route system will resume service later this fall. Residents are encouraged to utilize Direct (microtransit) and Flex (paratransit) services during this time.

The Transit Division is actively recruiting qualified part-time Transit Driver/Dispatcher positions to assist with launching a second fixed route pilot program in the fall of 2022. For more information on the Transit Driver/Dispatcher position, and the Lake Havasu Transit System, please click the link below or call LHC Transit.

WHERE DOES THE BRIDGE FIXED ROUTE TAKE ME TO?

This current fixed route service is a circulator for the downtown corridor starting and ending at our Transit hub.

WHAT ARE HOURS OF OPERATION

Information coming soon. Please stay tuned.

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE?

Information coming soon. Please stay tuned.

WHAT WILL IT COST AFTER THE PILOT ENDS?

Fares will be as follows one way.

Adult
$1.25
Senior and students $0.75
Veterans
$0.75

HOW DO I PAY?

Because Lake Havasu City Transit utilizes a cashless fare system The Bridge will have its cashless fare system as well. We are still working out the details but rest assured we will have it in place soon.

I USE A WHEELCHAIR CAN THE BRIDGE ACCOMODATE?

Yes, our new Fixed Route buses are all “Low Floor” meaning they are accessible and wheelchair ready. Each bus can carry up to two wheelchair riders. All Transit Drivers have been state and nationally certified to assist with the processes of safely loading, securing, and, unloading wheelchair and mobility device users.

HOW MUCH STUFF CAN I BRING ON THE BUS?

You can bring only as many bags as you can carry. Large packages requiring an unreasonable amount of space will not be allowed. The Transit Driver cannot assist with the loading and unloading of purchases.

CAN MY DOG RIDE WITH ME?

Trained service animals are welcome. Other animals/pets must be kept in a secured animal carrier.