Amarillo City Transit temporarily adjusts services for Route 41/42 – KAMR – MyHighPlains.com

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AMARILLO, Texas (KAMR/KCIT) — Officials with Amarillo City Transit recently announced that it will temporarily adjust service on one route starting Wednesday (Jan. 12).
According to a news release from the city of Amarillo, Amarillo City Transit will not operate Route 41/42 from the downtown Amarillo terminal, due to a low number of passengers.
“ACT will continue to provide transportation service to all customers in the city as we adjust
our route service on a priority basis to areas with highest demand,” Marita Wellage-Reiley, the director of Amarillo City Transit, said in the release. “These adjustments will be made on an as-needed basis in order to provide customers the service they expect.”
Amarillo City Transit will provide transportation for those needing service. Individuals should call transit at 806-378-3095 and pickup service will be provided.
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