Rider Alerts

A ROUTE AND C ROUTE SCHEDULES

Effective Monday, October 4, 2021

In an effort to maintain on-time performance, the following time/schedule changes will be implemented on Routes A and C:

A ROUTE

  • ISU Student Union (:15) NEW
  • Benton at Albertsons (:18) NEW
  • Bonneville at U.P. Avenue (:20) NEW
  • Gibson at Arthur (:32) DISCONTINUED
    Route will no longer serve the stops at Main / Buell or Gibson / Arthur.
  • Westwood Mall (:33) NEW
  • Cedar @ Poole (:35) NEW

C ROUTE

  • Allstate at Home Depot (:17) TIMEPOINT DISCONTINUED
    Stop will still be served but will no longer have a timepoint.
  • Pine Ridge Mall (:18) NEW
  • Pine Ridge Mall (:37) DISCONTINUED
    Route will no longer serve the stops at Breneman / Yellowstone and Pine Ridge Mall. Transfers to other routes are recommended at Cedar/Warren.
  • Flandro at Hiline (:44) DISCONTINUED
    Stop will still be served but will no longer have a timepoint.
  • Chubbuck at Mountlake (:43) NEW
  • Highland High School (:47) NEW

 

H ROUTE SCHEDULE

Effective Monday, September 20, 2021

H Route will begin a new route along with new timepoints to now serve lower and upper ISU campus. Below is the time table for the new route. Visit pocatellotransit.com to view the route map.

H ROUTE

  • 7:22 a.m. to 5:38 p.m. (Monday–Friday ONLY)
  • Time points 2–6 (within ISU Campus) are considered a Free Fare Zone.
  • Regular fare applies for service/stops beyond this zone.

 

Stop: Location: Time:
1 Bengal Creek :22   :38   :00
2 ISU Health Center :27   :43   :05
3 ISU Garrison/Turner :28   :44   :06
4 ISU Holt Arena —–   :47   :09
5 Memorial at MLK Jr. Way —–   :50   :12
6 ISU Student Union :32   :54   :16
1 Bengal Creek :22   :38   :00

 

FACE COVERING POLICY

Effective Monday, July 27, 2020

As per the City of Pocatello Face Covering Policy, “Citizens are required to wear face coverings when entering any City of Pocatello building or facility or while riding in public transportation buses.”

Beginning Monday, July 27, 2020, passengers will be required to wear face coverings on all PRT buses and at all PRT facilities. PRT employees will also wear face coverings when interacting with the public. Passengers must provide their own face coverings.

City officials encourage all residents to take precautions to protect themselves from COVID-19. Additional information on ways to help prevent the spread of the disease can be found at siphidaho.org/coronavirus.php, coronavirus.idaho.gov, and cdc.gov. More information and resources can also be found at https://www.pocatello.us/773/COVID-19-Resources.

COVID-19/CORONAVIRUS

The safety of our riders, employees and community is our top priority during the Coronavirus COVID-19 situation. Learn about the measures and service changes being taken by PRT.

COVID-19/Coronavirus Updates