OMAHA, Nebraska – Several Metro bus lines will operate more often.
According to Metro, beginning on Sunday, October 2, passengers will observe significant changes as the frequency of several bus routes increases.
It is a component of the MetroNEXT plan, a long-term endeavor to improve public transportation services.
Lauren Cencic, CEO of Metro, stated, “We are honoring our commitment to connect people, places, and opportunities.” Our staff is trying to guarantee that our routes are responding to the current demands of the community as riders’ travel habits evolve.
Beginning on Sunday, ten routes will have additional service, trips, or both.
Metro notes the following modifications that passengers may observe:
Sundays on Route 18 have a 20-minute daytime frequency.
Route 24: 15-minute weekday daytime frequency; 20-minute weekend daytime frequency
Route 3: 20-minute weekday daytime frequency Route 15: 15-minute weekday rush hour frequency between downtown Omaha and the Aksarben Transit Center Route 3: 20-minute weekday daytime frequency
The full list of modifications affects routes for each day of the week. The frequency of routes is increased, existing frequencies are reinstated, or totally new services are introduced.