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UPDATE! MATBUS Resumes Service

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MATBUS fixed routes and MAT Paratransit services will begin at 9:15am, two hours late.

 

     MATBUS requests that you adjust your plans to accommodate delays. Additionally, MATBUS may elect to utilize its approved snow detour routes, which are available for viewing on matbus.com.  

 

 


ORIGINAL STORY

 

 

Due to extremely icy roads and anticipated adverse weather, MATBUS and MAT Paratransit routes will be canceled beginning at 6:15pm Friday, January 11. All routes will be completed by 6:45pm, and the Ground Transportation Center (GTC) will close at 7pm.

 

     MATBUS may be running behind schedule Friday and Saturday due to weather conditions and passengers are encouraged to adjust their schedules accordingly. 

MATBUS services are expected to resume two hours late Saturday, January 12, beginning at 9:15am. An assessment of weather and road conditions will be conducted early Saturday morning and if additional route cancellations become necessary they will be announced. 

Additionally, MATBUS may use its approved snow detour routes, which are available for viewing at www.matbus.com.  If necessary, MATBUS will announce that snow detour routes are being utilized, including the phase number.
 
Please keep an eye on the weather and make sure to keep apprised of any development with MATBUS and MAT Paratransit services.

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