Lextran reducing capacity

Lextran free bus rides

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- Lextran says it will reduce capacity from 50% to 33% starting Sunday, November 22nd as part of the governor’s November 18th executive order.

According to Lextran, if a bus is at capacity, passengers will be asked to wait for the next bus. The MyStop mobile app can help you track how many passengers are already on board to help you plan.

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Riders still need to enter through the back bus doors and wear masks.

Lextran wants passengers to sign its Trust in Transit Safety Pledge to show a commitment to following the rules.

Lextran says it will even give you a free, reusable mask if you sign it.

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