BRATTLEBORO BUS SCHEDULE GOES BACK TO PRE-COVID SCHEDULE AUGUST 2ND
July 13, 2021
BRATTLEBORO: On August 2nd the MOOver will return to its pre-pandemic Brattleboro bus schedules including the resumption of Blue Line service.
The MOOver went to a two-bus system on March 20, 2020 in response to the pandemic, and made other changes in other regions at the same time.
Blue Line stops that have not been serviced during the pandemic but will once again be served are the Brattleboro Music Center, Winston Prouty Center, Living Memorial Park, Cotton Mill, the new Groundworks Shelter, Omega, Exit 1 Industrial Park, and the Guilford Country Store.
Currently the Red and White Line Saturday schedule has been running Monday-Saturday. Starting August 2nd, the full, three-route weekday schedule returns and the Saturday schedule runs only on Saturday.
“We appreciate everyone’s patience while service was reduced during the pandemic,” said Randy Schoonmaker, MOOver CEO. “Our riders are very loyal and we look forward to serving everyone again.”
All MOOver buses still require that drivers and riders wear face masks until September 13, 2021. All public transit is governed by the US Department of Transportation and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) which is requiring the use of masks until that date.
Signs, ads, riders handouts and new schedule brochures will be distributed shortly. The website will have the August 2nd schedules posted shortly as well.