Razorback Transit Route Frequency May Be Affected

Razorback Transit Route Frequency May Be Affected
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Razorback Transit currently has staffing issues that may affect route frequency from day to day.

There are no plans to eliminate any routes, but bus passengers should be aware that a shortage in bus drivers may limit the frequency of bus arrivals on any given day.

For the latest bus route information, you may always check the PassioGO! app, or see the route information online.

In short, the Razorback Transit route that you usually take will still be in service, but depending upon the number of drivers available, you may have to wait longer than usual.

Razorback Transit is doing all that can be done to address this matter and appreciates your patience and understanding.

Contacts

David Wilson, director of communications
Transit and Parking
479-575-6089, dbw010@uark.edu

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