Charlottesville Area Transit: Holiday events to cause minor detours

Charlottesville Area Transit

Charlottesville Area Transit will experience several detours in response to upcoming events.

Friday, Nov. 30
The Free Trolley will not serve the 2nd Street Mall Crossing bus stop (#17305) from 3:00 PM until 9:00 PM. Passengers traveling to and from Charlottesville’s Grand Illumination are encouraged to use the East Market Street at 2nd Street NE bus stop (#11299).

Saturday, Dec. 1
Routes 7 and 8 will not serve the CVS bus stop (#16680) in the Barracks Road Shopping Center from 8:30 AM to 11:00 AM.

Route 7 passengers wishing to travel to and from the Barracks Road Shopping Center should use the Nike (#13265) and McDonald’s (#13157) bus stops located on the south side of the property. Route 8 passengers should use the two bus stops located on Barracks Road near the Emmet Street intersection (#19767 and #14180).

Sunday, Dec. 2 through Tuesday, Dec. 4
Construction on Emmet Street will prevent Route 7 from serving the Emmet Street @ Rothery Road bus stop (#16362). The disruption will occur twice daily. In the mornings it will occur from 6:30 AM to 7:00 AM. In the evenings it will begin at 8:00 PM and continue through the end of service. Passengers are encouraged to use the Emmet Street @ Lambeth Lane bus stop (#16370).

Saturday, Dec. 8
The Free Trolley will not serve the 2nd Street Mall Crossing bus stop (#17305) from service startup until 12:00 PM. Passengers traveling to and from the Wells Fargo Holiday Heritage Parade are encouraged to use the East Market Street at 2nd Street NE bus stop (#11299).

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