Service level increasing to 90% pre-pandemic levels on February 13 2022-02-07
As part of Codiac Transpo’s phased COVID-19 recovery and as approved by Moncton City Council and Riverview Town Council, service levels will increase once again effective Sunday, February 13, 2022. Once these changes take effect, service levels will be at 90% pre-pandemic levels.
Effective February 13, the following changes will come into effect:
- 16-Hennessey will see schedule adjustments between 9am and 3:30pm on weekdays.
- Evening service will be added on the following routes: 51-Green Line, 60-Bessborough, 61-Elmwood, 62-Hildegard, 63-Lewisville, 64-Hospitals, 65-Killam, and 81-Riverview.
- Afternoon (mid-day) trips will be added on the following routes: 50-Red Line, 66-Caledonia, 85-Riverview Connector, 86-Pinewood (formerly 86-Riverview Park and Ride).
- As part of a pilot project, route 85-Riverview Connector will see time adjustments and have service extended to Patricia Drive.
- Numerous daytime trips are being removed from 81-Riverview as the areas will be covered by the daytime trips being added to route 85-Riverview Connector. Due to these changes, certain bus stops on Pine Glen Road will not be serviced for two trips daily in light of the changes.
- Route 86-Park and Ride in Riverview will be renamed to Route 86-Pinewood.
Passengers are encouraged to consult the full schedules that take effect on February 13 by consulting the latest route booklet: https://bit.ly/3GmBDEU.
Moving forward, as Codiac Tranpso continues its phased recovery, it is looking to increase passenger consultation on route changes, which occur three times annually. Today, they launched a permanent page on the City of Moncton’s public engagement platform, Let’s Chat Moncton, which will provide customers an opportunity to provide suggestions for future route adjustments. In addition to this, passengers can consult the page to learn more about the requirements and process for changing routes and schedules. Route or area-specific surveys and questions will be made available on the page for passenger input as part of the regular route planning process.
While Codiac Transpo continues to encourage passengers to download the Codiac Transpo mobile app or refer to app.codiactranspo.ca to refer to the latest schedules, printed schedules will be once-again available on-board as of February 13. There is a limited quantity of printed booklets which remain available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Passengers can also consult a PDF version on codiactranspo.ca.
For more information, including the full schedules, please visit codiactranspo.ca.
Communications, City of Moncton