JeT will waive transit fares effective Sunday, March 29, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
JeT no cobrará la tarifa del transporte público en respuesta de la pandemia de COVID-19.
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Jefferson Transit (JeT) will waive transit fares effective Sunday, March 29, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The waived fees will protect JeT operators and riders from having to handle payments upon boarding the buses. All riders will be boarding and exiting the back door of the bus only. JeT continues to maintain a regular schedule, providing public transportation options for those conducting essential travel.
Español: El Jefferson Transit (JeT) no cobrará la tarifa del transporte público en respuesta de la pandemia de COVID-19
Our Transit Department is working alongside Transdev, health and security officials, and industry leaders for updates and best practices regarding the Coronavirus.
Our Transit Department’s Coronavirus action plan includes the following:
1. Increasing sanitization efforts, which includes daily cleaning of all 41 buses and 20 paratransit vehicles.
2. Mounting hand sanitizer dispensers to all Buses and Paratransit vehicles next week.
3. Regular announcements on all vehicles and on every route to “Wash Hands Often “in both English and Spanish.
4. Planning for adjusted levels of service and routes, as needed.
Please click to see more information on Jefferson Parish’s Health Update page.
Bus Stop Removal Project
Jefferson Transit is auditing bus stops on routes across the system in an effort to increase bus frequency and decrease trip time for riders. This project primarily looks at the number of people getting on and off the bus at stops that are within one or two blocks of each other. JeT will place a decal on the stops that are planned for removal. If any of these stop removals affect you, the next nearest stop will only be a block or two away in most cases.
Please click here to see the list of stops slated for removal.
Detour on W6 Gretna Local until further notice
Beginning Monday, March 9 until further notice, the W6 Gretna Local cannot serve two stops at the Gretna Ferry Terminal and Huey Long Avenue at 2nd Street due to construction. Normal service resumes at Huey Long Avenue and 4th Street.
New Links Project Phase II Begins
New Links is a yearlong project to study and propose a network redesign of public transportation in Orleans, Jefferson, and St. Bernard Parishes. Please fill out the online survey or see our New Links page for more information.
Detour on E1 Veterans-Airport Downtown until further notice
Due to the Hard Rock Hotel building collapse downtown, the E1 Veterans-Airport Downtown bus will be detouring off of Canal Street at Elk Place to Poydras Street until further notice. Click for details and a listing of all downtown stops.