RIDER ALERT: Until further notice, there is a detour on the E1 Veterans-Airport Downtown route due to roadwork near Galvez Street and Perdido Street. From Poydras Avenue, the bus will turn right on S. Claiborne Avenue, left on Tulane Avenue, and right on Galvez Street to continue on route.
Security on JeT
Jefferson Transit strives to make your experience on our transit system as safe and secure as possible. In 2008 Jefferson Transit began its quarterly Public Education Campaigns. These campaigns are trilingual (English/Spanish/Vietnamese) and focus on messages that make the public more aware of security issues, increase their emergency awareness, and teach them how to respond in the event of a problem.
Jefferson Transit releases these campaigns through:
- Website Messages
- Vehicle Posters
- Kiosk Posters
- Vehicle Voice Annunciator Messages
- Transit Security Outreach Days
- Transit Security Presentations
Look for our latest campaign while riding the bus or check it out here!
Jefferson Transit strives to make its terminals and buses safe and secure for riders.
All buses are equipped with security cameras as well as many other features to help ensure rider security and safety. For more information on vehicle security features click here.
At the terminals Jefferson Transit:
- Has installed security cameras throughout the terminal.
- Has added street lighting in areas around the terminal building, kiosk area, bus bays, passenger waiting areas, and public parking areas.
- Locks the gated kiosk and shelter area when not in use.
In addition to steps already taken, Jefferson Transit plans to:
- Increase the number of cameras at all terminals
- Install additional lighting at the Walkertown Terminal
- Increase the security training for employees
- Continue the Transit Security Public Education Campaign
The Wilty Terminal has regularly scheduled details by the Gretna Police Department, and Jefferson Parish has secured the presence of the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Department for the Walkertown Terminal.