Yearly Archives: 2015
The Blizzard this week has presented us with many challenges, snow, ice, and cold temperatures, leaving mountainous snow banks and narrow streets. Our bus operators are doing their best to transport you safely to your destination, stay on regular routes and on schedule however, under these extreme conditions it is not always possible. The City continues the cleanup effort and delays are expected until they are completed.
1-29-15 4:00pm-UPDATE-RT 3 back to regular route and RT 24 now serving Green Hill Towers. 1-29-15-1215 PM-UPDATE-Route 11 now back to regular route. Route 23 back to regular route except no service to Briarwood. 1/29/15-The following routes are back to regular routes-RT 18 and RT 31. The following routes are still on modified snow routes: […]
1-28-15 Buses are running on snow routes and you may experience delays in service due to road conditions. For updates check the web at www.therta.com 1-27-15 Bus Service will resume starting on Snow Routes on Wednesday, 1-28-15 and van service that can be done safely will also resume on Wednesday, 1-28-15. For updates check the […]
1-26-15 UPDATE: All Routes now on Snow Routes. Reminder- service will be suspended at 12pm tonight and no service on Tuesday due to weather. 6:30pm-Routes 2,18 and 22 are running on snow routes. Check www.therta.com for updates.
1-26-15 Due to the extreme weather conditions expected and for the safety of our passengers and employees the Worcester Regional Transit Authority is suspending service at midnight Monday 1-26-15 and NO SERVICE will be running on Tuesday, January 27, 2015. For service updates check the web at www.therta.com
1-25-15 Buses are running on snow routes and you may experience delays in service. For updates check www.therta.com
1-24-15 All Buses are currently on Snow Routes and you may experience delays in service. For updates check the website at www.therta.com.
Diesel fuel buyers rarely get a break when fueling up, but they’re enjoying some relief now.
The fuel favored by commercial truck fleet managers, farmers and finicky car owners has dropped in price to an average of about $2.99 a gallon in Massachusetts, according to AAA Southern New England. Across New England, diesel prices have dropped an average of 92 cents per gallon over the past year, or about 22 percent, according to federal data.
Effective January 24, 2015 the following Routes will have service changes: Route 5, Route 9, Route 22, Route 25, Route 27, Route 30, and Route 31.