Monday, May 31, 2021
PRT will be closed in observance of MEMORIAL DAY.
Salt Lake Express buses can be met at the Transit Center.
SUMMER YOUTH PASS & SUMMER SCHEDULE
Tuesday, June 1, 2021
From June 1 through August 21, area youth ages 18 and younger can ride a PRT bus anywhere in the fixed route system at no cost with a Summer Youth Pass. Passes can be obtained starting Monday, May 24 during business hours at:
- Pocatello Regional Transit Center – 5815 South 5th Ave.
- Community Recreation Center – 144 Wilson Ave.
- Marshall Public Library – 113 South Garfield Ave.
- Ross Park Aquatic Complex – 2901 South 2nd Ave.
- Zoo Idaho – 2900 South 2nd Ave
- Portneuf District Library – 5210 Stuart Ave. (Chubbuck)
Per presidential executive order, masks/face coverings are required to ride Pocatello Regional Transit buses. Riders must present the pass to PRT drivers to ride fare free.
Additionally, PRT’s “D” Route will make the switch to its summer schedule June 1. The route will discontinue service to Bartz Field on the Idaho State University campus and instead stop at Lower Ross Park including the Ross Park Aquatic Complex, Zoo Idaho, and the Skate Park. NO other routes will be affected. The D Route will switch back to its regular schedule August 23. The scheduled time-points will be as followed from 7:26am to 5:26pm, Monday-Friday.
|PRT Transit Center||:26|
|5th at Jason||:35|
|ISU Health Center||:40|
|ISU Student Union||:42 (new)|
|Benton at Albertsons||:45 (new)|
|Bonneville at U.P.||:47 (new)|
|Marshall Library||:55 (new)|
|Main at Day||:59 (new)|
|Westwood Mall||:02 (new)|
|Maple at McKinley||:04 (new)|
|6th at Sublette||:07 (new)|
|ISU Student Union||:13 (new)|
|Ross Park Aquatic||:19|
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.
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.