#21 East Mountain/Oakmont is using South Irving to Beech to Stafford.
#25 Valley View/Hilltop is using South Webster to Willow to South Irving to Beech to South Webster.
The #53 Marywood/U of S bus will be on a permanent detour until further notice. The bus will use North Washington Avenue, bypass Seminary Street, and make a right onto University Drive. The bus will then make a right onto Adams Avenue. Pick-up and drop-off will be across from the shelter. The bus will then make a right on Seminary and a left onto North Washington.
The #35 Keyser Valley and #36 Lafayette are using Briggs Street to service the businesses on North South Road. This will not disrupt passengers.
The COLTS Board of Directors passed a resolution to ban smoking outside the Lackawanna Transit Center. Signage is in place and smoking receptacles have been removed.
COLTS offers a free transfer to passengers from the 100 block of Wyoming Avenue inbound to the Lackawanna Transit Center. There is still a transfer charge of 75 cents on a regular fare (35 cents with a disabled pass) on all outbound trips from the Lackawanna Transit Center to Wyoming Avenue.
The following buses pick up inbound in the 100 block of Wyoming Avenue: #12 Jessup, #14 Drinker/Chestnut, #18 Petersburg, #41 High Works, #45 Viewmont Express, #48 Dalton/Waverly/Clarks Summit, #52 Carbondale, #53 Marywood/U of S, and #54 Green Ridge/Dickson City.
Buses do not automatically stop in the 100 block; passengers must flag down the bus. All passengers must exit the bus at the Transit Center.
COLTS has 31-day ADULT STUDENT passes available for $28.
To purchase an adult student pass, you must have a school ID that verifies you are currently attending a local college, trade school, or beauty school.
Adult student passes are bright red with the COLTS logo on them. In August 2015, COLTS began issuing the white and orange student passes to current students in high school (and younger).
31-day adult student passes may be purchased at COLTS headquarters, the main library branch on Vine Street, Library Express in The Mall at Steamtown, Nancy Kay Holmes Branch on Green Ridge St., and Lackawanna College Bookstore.
The bus stop on the inbound #54 Green Ridge route at the corner of Reese Street and Main Avenue (across from Toyota) has been moved. The new stop is across the street at the Valero/Convenient gas station at the telephone pole by the fire hydrant; a bus stop sign has been placed there.