THREE RIVERS – The St. Joseph County Transportation Authority is implementing some changes because of Governor Whitmer's Stay At Home order.
As long as the Executive Order is in effect, the CTA will only be providing essential travel for customers. That includes dialysis appointments, doctor appointments that are verified as necessary, getting groceries and trips to the pharmacy.
All Circle Lines have been stopped until further notice.
In addition, dispatch hours will be from 8 AM until 1 PM and non emergency on call will be expanding their hours from 2 PM to 7 AM.
Curb to curb service will be from 7 AM until 2 PM.
If you would like to keep up with the latest information regarding the CTA, you can visit their Facebook page.
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