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DECEMBER 1, 2020:  Brazos Transit District (BTD) will be eliminating fares on all Fixed Routes and ADA Paratransit Service effective December 1, 2020 until further notice.  BTD has fixed routes and ADA Paratransit services in the following cities: Bryan, College Station, Cleveland, Nacogdoches, Lufkin, Diboll, Liberty, Dayton and Ames. Due… Continue Reading BTD IS WAIVING FARES ON FIXED ROUTES & ADA PARATRANSIT SERVICES

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BTD’s Response to Coronavirus (COVID-19) EFFECTIVE MONDAY MAY 4, 2020: ALL FIXED ROUTE WILL RESUME NORMAL SERVICE HOURS. Brazos Transit District will still continue our preventable measures in efforts to help safeguard against the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Protecting our customers & employees remains our top priority. The regular… Continue Reading Coronavirus

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BRYAN/COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS:  Brazos Transit District (BTD) orders three electric zero-emission buses for Texas A&M University (TAMU) that will be operated by their Transportation Services in Bryan/College Station.  These electric buses are being purchased with funds awarded to BTD through the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Better Utilizing Investments to Leverage… Continue Reading ELECTRIC BUSES IN B/CS

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Game Day Route Information

Bryan/College Station: Thursday, August 29, 2019 the BCS area is expecting higher than normal volumes of traffic due to the football season opener against Texas State University.  There will also be road closures on campus to help alleviate congestion.  Due to these road closures, BTD will make the following route… Continue Reading Game Day Route Information

Transit Mobility Study Survey

Brazos Transit District (BTD) is conducting Transit Mobility Studies in the cities of Lufkin, Diboll, and Nacogdoches to identify potential transit service improvements. The study team would like to understand how and why community members like yourself use transit. We would also like to hear your ideas about transit improvements.… Continue Reading Transit Mobility Study Survey