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El Dorado Transit posts holiday schedule

The El Dorado County Transit Authority announces it will operate the following schedule during the Christmas and New Year holidays:

  • Thursday, Dec. 23 – Limited service
    The Saturday Express will operate its regular Saturday schedule; no other local fixed routes will operate. Limited Dial-A-Ride andADA complementary paratransit services will be available. Sacramento Commuter Route No. 6 will operate its regular schedule with additional service to all the Park and Ride facilities in the morning and afternoon. El Dorado Transit’s office will be closed. Dial-A-Ride reservation requests will not be accepted.
  • Friday, Dec. 24, and Saturday, Dec. 25 – No service
    El Dorado Transit’s office and dispatch center will be closed; no routes or services will operate. Normal service will resume on Sunday, Dec. 26.
  • Friday, Dec. 31, and Saturday, Jan. 1 – No service
    El Dorado Transit’s office and dispatch center will be closed; no routes or services will operate. Normal service will resume on Sunday, Jan. 2.

Dial-A-Ride passengers note the following: Ride reservations for Dec. 26 and 27 will be booked beginning Tuesday, Dec. 21.  Rides for Dec. 28 and 29 will be booked on Dec. 22.

For more information or a complete schedule of El Dorado Transit holidays call (530) 642-5383 or visit www.eldoradotransit.com.

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