Capital Area Transit (CAT) will shift bus routes to a modified schedule starting on Monday, April 6, 2020. The safety, health and security of our customers, employees and our community is our top priority, therefore, CAT is taking additional steps to mitigate potential exposure of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Effective on Monday, April 6, 2020, and continuing until further notice, our weekday and weekend fixed bus routes will run on a modified schedule.
Until further notice, the following weekday routes have been temporarily stopped:
- Route 2
- Route 9
- Route 23X
- Route 27
- Route 81X
- Route 82X
All remaining routes have been modified to fit current service needs. Modified schedules can be found HERE.
CAT continues, where able, rear boarding for all fixed routes. Customers must board the bus from the rear door to help with social distancing from the driver. If any customer does need assistance and needs to use the front door, they will be permitted. Also, CAT continues no fare collection. Free fares began Monday, March 23, and will continue until further notice.
Due to this public health crisis and out of an abundance of caution for CAT employees and the general public, CAT requests that passengers only ride for life-sustaining service (medically necessary, food access or employment).
To stay up to date or view other precautionary measures CAT is implementing during this time, please visit https://www.cattransit.com/covid-19-update/. Please call CAT Customer Service at (717) 238-8304 if you have any questions or need assistance with a specific route.
Capital Area Transit (CAT), a regional public transportation provider, offers a variety of transportation services to the residents of the City of Harrisburg, Cumberland and Dauphin County. Nearly 2,000,000 riders depend on CAT each year to get to work, medical facilities, school and other life-sustaining activities. CAT is dedicated to helping all residents in the region get to where they want to go.