As are many transit agencies across the country, START Bus is taking the appropriate steps in response to the pandemic Coronavirus (COVID-19). START Bus is working closely with local health organizations and will continue to follow the best practices as recommended by health officials.
Commuter ridership on Friday, November 20, 2020.
|Teton Valley |
|TV1||5:40 am||6||30 person maximum|
|TV2||6:25 am||10||30 person maximum|
44 person maximum
|TV1||3:45 pm||18||44 person|
|TV2||5:05 pm||11||30 person maximum|
|TV3||6:00 pm||2||30 person maximum|
|75% of Seating|
|SV1||5:30 am||6||30 person maximum|
|SV2||6:25 am||17||44 person|
|SV3||6:50 am||12||30 person maximum|
|SV1||4:30 pm||15||30 person maximum|
|SV2||5:00 pm||13||44 person|
|SV3||5:30 pm||4||30 person maximum|
11/20/2020 - Passenger Responsibilities While Riding START Bus
11/18/2020 - 2020/2021 Reduced Winter Service
10/26/2020 - START Bus Winter Service and COVID survery
9/29/2020 - Update on START Bus COVID-19 response measures.
5/20/2020 - Update on Measures to Combat COVID-19
4/9/2020 - Hand sanitizer available on all START Buses
3/27/2020 - Reduced Commuter Service Press Release
3/12/2020 - Measures to Combat COVID-19 Press Release