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RTA adjusts routes beginning April 10

For Immediate Release

CONTACT:  Jessica Olson (937) 425-8352, Communications Manager

(DAYTON, OHIO) … The Greater Dayton RTA periodically adjusts bus service in response to the needs of customers, communities and businesses. A service change affecting Route 22 and Route 43 to the P&G facility in Union will begin Monday, April 10, 2017.  

Route 8: Service to Northwest Transit Center will now begin out of Wright Stop Plaza at 4:11 a.m. on weekdays. 

Route 22: Times on southbound weekday trips will be adjusted by 2 to 4 minutes at all stops between the Towne Center stop and Wright Stop Plaza. All northbound times from the Gateway Shelter to Webster Street will be adjusted by 1 to 2 minutes on weekdays.

Stops along Route 22 will also be added at Wagner Ford and Neff Road in both directions, and along the southbound route at Brentlinger Drive and Hollywood Gaming and at Hopeland and Stewart streets.

Route 43: The 2:50 p.m. weekday trip will be changed to leave Wright Stop Plaza at 2:39 p.m. to service Spectrum Brands. The 11:27 p.m. service from Wright Stop Plaza to the P&G facility in Union will now service P&G at 11:48 p.m. and the 12:24 a.m. trip from P&G to Wright Stop Plaza has been removed. 

For full schedules, please see our website at www.iriderta.org. There you can also learn about RTA’s RideTime products, including how to download the Transit app for free in the Google Play or App store to help schedule your trips. 

For a listing of route changes, sign-up for route alerts: i-riderta.org. Follow us on twitter at twitter.com/gdrta , or like us on Facebook at facebook.com/iriderta. 

RTA is Ohio’s greenest fleet, and serves 3,300 stops on 35 routes throughout Montgomery and parts of Greene County. The agency operates diesel, hybrid diesel, and electric trolley buses that take people to work, school and shopping. Customers ride RTA on more than 9 million passenger trips each year. RTA is committed to providing the highest levels of customer service as the region’s first choice for alternative transportation.