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Inbound #1 University Route on Detour Beginning 10/11/18
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Beginning on Thursday, October 11, 2018, a road...

CityLink Bus Stop Service Standards
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CityLink buses will stop at any marked location...

Route #16 Northwest Express back on regular route
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The #16 Northwest Express Route is back on regular route...

#18 Pekin South Route Adjustment 3/5/18
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CityLink has made a minor adjustment to the #18 Pekin...
Stop at North & Richmond Unavailable Weekdays from 2:30 PM & 4:30 PM on #10 Sterling Inbound Route
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The corner at North and Richmond will not be a CityLink...

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CityLink Thanksgiving Hours of Operation

CityLink will not provide service on Thursday, November 23 in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.  The CityLink Transit Center, located at 407 SW Adams, and the Administrative offices, located at 2105 NE Jefferson, will both be closed for the holiday.

On Wednesday, November 22, the last lineup departs from the Transit Center at 8:45 p.m., and then all buses will return to the garage after reaching the end of the outbound route.  The Transit Center Customer Service windows will maintain normal weekday operating hours of 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Full bus service and Transit Center Customer Service resume normal operating hours on November 24.  The CityLink Administrative offices will remain closed on Friday, November 24 and will resume normal office hours on Monday, November 27.

Burlington Trailways and Peoria Charter Coach will both run regular service with stops at the CityLink Transit Center on Thursday, November 23.  The lobby of the Transit Center will be closed, and the Burlington Trailways ticket office will not be open.  For information on Burlington Trailways service, please call 1-800-922-4618, and for information on Peoria Charter Coach, please call 1-800-448-0572.

For questions regarding CityLink service and routes, please call 676-4040 or visit www.ridecitylink.org.

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