Antioch, CA — Due to the impact of COVID-19 and the mandated shelter-in-place order, Eastern Contra Costa Transit Authority (Tri Delta Transit) will implement a 30% reduction in service effective April 19.
“This service reduction will allow us to balance our role as the lifeline transportation service provider for our community with the need to keep our riders and employees safe during this global pandemic. Instead of cutting routes, we are reducing the frequency of our regular schedule with most routes operating every hour. Many essential service employees including nurses, service workers, doctors, first responders and even our own employees rely on Tri Delta Transit to get to work. We are grateful for their commitment to keep our community safe and functioning and are doing everything we can to support them. By continuing to operate 70% of our service, Tri Delta Transit will effectively offer reliable service, ensure social distancing, and allow the community to use transit for essential services and functions.” stated Jeanne Krieg CEO.
You may preview the schedule HERE http://trideltatransit.com/covid19-schedule-changes.aspx
Time Changes: Route 201, 300, 380, 381, 387, 388, 390, 391, 392, 393, 394, and 396.
To determine which routes have been impacted, visit TriDeltaTransit.com, download the Transit App, or call our route information line at 925-754-4040.
Although further changes are not foreseen, the current situation requires flexibility to meet the needs of our community. Tri Delta Transit advise all passengers to check one of these sources for specific information about planned transit trips.
ABOUT TRI DELTA TRANSIT
Tri Delta Transit provides over 2 million trips each year to a population of over 315,000 residents in the 225 square miles of Eastern Contra Costa County. They currently operate 15 local bus routes Monday – Friday, 5 local bus routes on weekends, door-to-door bus service for senior citizens and people with disabilities, on-demand rideshare services and shuttle services to community events. To learn more, visit TriDeltaTransit.com