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Lextran reducing capacity

Lextran says it will reduce capacity from 50% to 33% starting Sunday, November 22nd as part of the governor's November 18th executive order. 

Fayette Co. Clerk: 73% of absentee ballots returned

On Thursday the Fayette County Clerk released absentee numbers.

Grant to help LexTran improve service at UK

Grant will fund platform to monitor traffic, schedules, demand

Lextran to require masks, open more routes

More routes phased in during the next months.

Lextran receives $13.8 million grant for COVID-19 response

Lexington's public transit authority is receiving a multi-million dollar grant from the CARES Act to help pay for its coronavirus outbreak response. 

Lextran worker may be positive for coronavirus

Worker has preliminary positive test, fellow workers tested, other steps taken, bus service says in statement.

UPDATE: Man accused of stabbing another man on Lextran bus arrested

Lexington Police say Amos Vanderpool was arrested and charged in a stabbing that took place on a city bus last week.

Lextran honors Rosa Parks by reserving bus seats

Lextran says each one of its buses has a seat reserved for civil rights leader, Rosa Parks.

No trash pickup in Lexington on Martin Luther King Jr. Day

The Martin Luther King Jr. holiday is quickly approaching. Lexington is making a few adjustments that residents should be aware of.

Lextran’s ‘Stuff the Bus’ benefits Salvation Army’s Angel Tree

A Lextran bus was filled with toys for the Lexington Salvation Army's Angel Tree for children.

Lextran to give free bus rides on Thanksgiving

The bus service says it will offer free rides on the holiday, but the buses will operate on a slower, Sunday schedule.

Lexington preparing for extreme heat

The city activated its Phase 2 Heat Alert on Thursday. It will remain in effect until Sunday, July 21.

Transportation Cabinet awards $4.1 million to LFUCG and Lextran

Governor Matt Bevin and the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet announce $4.1 million has been awarded to the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government and Lextran to improve safety and air quality in Lexington.

Lextran saves a seat for Rosa Parks

February is Black History Month and Lextran is celebrating in its own unique way.

Lexington police arrest man who reportedly punched officer

Lexington Police arrested a man Saturday morning after he reportedly punched an officer.

Lextran is offering free rides on election day

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - Lextran is offering free rides on Tuesday, for the general election. They say 15 million people between the ages of 18...

Free rides in Lexington on Election Day

You can ride the bus or a bike for free in Lexington on Election Day.

$2.3 million grant Announced for LexTran electric buses

At an event with the Greater Lexington Chamber of Commerce today, U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine L. Chao announced a $2.3 million grant to the...

Lexington kicks off new bus passes for the homeless program, Catholic Action Center not included

The city of Lexington is launching a new program that will offer free unlimited rides on Lextran to the city's homeless but not everyone is happy with the requirements the city has set to get a ride.

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