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THE NEXT NCRTD BOARD MEETING IS: FRIDAY, March 5, 2021 TIME: 9:00 AM

THE MEETING WILL BE HELD VIRTUALLY.

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255 Mountain Trail Route

RIDER ALERT: 255 MOUNTAIN TRAIL: AS A RESULT OF THE ONGOING PANDEMIC RESULTING IN LIMITED SEATING (5 OR LESS) ON THE BUS, THE 255 ROUTE TO SKI SANTA FE IS CURRENTLY OPERATING ON A RESERVATION-ONLY SYSTEM. DEPARTURE TIMES MODIFIED JAN 9 TO SUPPORT SKI SF STAGGERED TIMES (SOUTH CAPITOL DEPART 7:30 AND 8:15, SKI SF DEPART 3:30 AND 4:15).​ FACE COVERINGS ARE REQUIRED TO RIDE AND MUST REMAIN ON. UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, THE SERVICE IS FARE-FREE TO RIDE, AS A RESULT NO SKI SANTA FE TOKEN IS PROVIDED. PLEASE CALL TOLL-FREE 866-206-0754 EXT. 2 TO MAKE A RESERVATION.

RIDER NOTICE: NCRTD TO RESUME LIMITED SERVICE NOVEMBER 30

North Central Regional Transit District (NCRTD) RTD Blue Bus routes will resume on Monday, November 30 by providing essential service on a limited basis.

All routes will operate on either a demand request or reservation basis with the exception of the 290 Edgewood route and the 170 Jicarilla route, though 170 will continue to serve paratransit customers in the Chama/Dulce area. Additionally, the 190 Chama route will provide demand service within Chama and Tierra Amarilla providing essential local trips within those communities.

Demand service allows riders to call and schedule a trip being picked up and dropped-off at established RTD bus stops. Riders are asked to limit trips to only those that are essential. Face coverings are required to ride and must remain on for the duration of the trip. Seating on vehicles are limited due to social distancing and groups of five or less.

For the latest information on routes and to schedule service riders are asked to call 505-629-4725 ext. 2, or toll-free 866-206-0754 ext. 2.

Service on District routes were suspended Monday, November 16 after three employees based in the RTD Taos facility had tested positive for coronavirus. Some of these positive employees had interacted with employees from the Española facility. To guarantee proper safety measures were taken, while taking extra precautions to ensure the health and safety of all passengers and employees, services were placed on hold. All employees in Taos, as well as Santa Fe, Española and Chama were tested and quarantined resulting in no additional positive results.

Alerts will be issued as routes resume full service and updates, as they occur, can be found at the District website RidetheBlueBus.com

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