Yolobus restores express routes to downtown Sacramento

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Yolobus express routes suspended in September due to a driver shortage will resume on April 4, the Yolo County Transportation District announced Wednesday.

The express routes, which provide direct service for Yolo County residents to downtown Sacramento, include the 43 and 43R between Davis and Sacramento; the 45 express route between Woodland and Sacramento; and the 230 express route between West Davis and Sacramento.

All four express routes were suspended last fall due a severe driver shortage.

In a press release issued Wednesday, YCTD said the routes are now returning “thanks to actions taken by the YCTD board of directors and considerable hiring and training efforts from the district’s bus operation contractor, TransDev.”

The express bus fare is $3.25 each way for riders ages 19 to 61. Riders ages 62 and older and those with disabilities ride for $1.50 each way, and youth up to age 18 ride free.

Monthly passes for regular riders are also available through the Connect Card, with more information available at https://www.connecttransitcard.com.

Information on Yolobus services, routes, and schedules is available at https://yolobus.com or by calling 530-666-2877.

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