COVID-19 continues to impact transit systems across the state as agencies adjust their schedules, cleaning and passenger procedures, and in some cases suspending service to safeguard the health and safety of employees and riders. We will make every effort to keep this page updated, but please contact your transportation provider directly for the latest service information.

In some locations, OATS & SMTS are filling in for essential trips where services have been suspended by other providers. Please contact your transportation provider directly to learn more.

Please be advised that per CDC recommendations, many transit systems are either requiring or strongly encouraging that riders wear face masks or coverings to help prevent the spread of illness. Please contact your provider directly about specific policies and regulations.  

As of 8/04/2020:

Green Light: Operating (but possible service reductions)

OATS Transit

SMTS

Metro Transit

RideKC

City Utilities Transit

GoCOMO

City of Houston Transit

Scott County Transit

St. Joseph Transit

JEFFTRAN

Cape Girardeau Transit Authority

Warrensburg City Bus

Sedalia City Bus

City of New Madrid Transit

Truman Area Transportation Service

SERVE Tran

Nevada Fare Share

West Plains Transit System

Direct Transit

MAPS

Tri-County Transit

City of Mt. Vernon Transportation

JeffCO Express & JC Transit

Clinton Area Transportation Service

Katy Flyer

Dunklin County Transit

Mississippi County Transit

El Dorado Springs Transportation

  • 417-876-6576

City of Bloomfield Transit

  • 573-568-3960

Yellow Light: Essential Services Only

St. Charles Area Transit

Ripley County Transit

City of Excelsior Springs Transit

City of Carthage Transportation

  • 417-237-7200

Red Light: Service Suspended

Kirk-Tran

National Resources:

Federal Transit Administration’s COVID-19 Resource Page

National Center for Mobility Management’s COVID-19 Resource Center 

 

For the latest information on COVID-19 in Missouri, please visit the Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services and/or contact your local public health agency.

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