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Proposed Schedule Changes

 

The Board of County Commissioners has asked LeeTran to reduce its budget to assist the County in closing a $32 million budget shortfall. The proposed reductions in LeeTran service to achieve this are:

 

  • Eliminate all service on Veterans Day and Martin Luther King Jr. Day
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  • Reduce service frequency after 6 p.m. Monday through Friday on:
  • Route 20, from 40 minutes to 70 minutes

    Route 30, from 60 minutes to 120 minutes

    Route 50, from 95 minutes to 115 minutes

    Route 70, from 65 minutes to 125 minutes

    Route 100, from 30 minutes to 95 minutes

    Route 110, from 60 minutes to 110 minutes

    Route 130, from 60 minutes to 120 minutes

    Route 140, from 20 minutes to 35 minutes

    Route 400 (Fort Myers Beach Trolley) from 45 minutes to 90 minutes

    Seasonal beach trolley service would also be reduced.

     

  • Reduce service frequency after 6 p.m. Saturday on:
  • Route 30, from 60 minutes to 130 minutes

    Route 50, eliminate the 7:25 p.m. airport trip

    Route 70, from 65 minutes to 116 minutes

    Route 100, from 46 minutes to 85 minutes

    Route 140, from 20 minutes to 35 minutes

    Route 400, from 45 minutes to 90 minutes

    Seasonal beach trolley service would also be reduced.

     

  • Reduce service frequency after 6 p.m. Sunday on:
  • Route 140, from 70 minutes to 125 minutes

    Route 400, from 45 minutes to 90 minutes

    Seasonal beach trolley service would also be reduced.

     

  • Eliminate the seasonal increase in frequency for Route 50.
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    The Board of County Commissioners will its final budget hearings to receive public input, on Wednesday, Sept. 18 at 5:05 p.m. in the Commission Meeting Room, Old Lee County Courthouse, 2120 Main St., Fort Myers. Interested citizens may address the Commission for up to three minutes. Comments may also be e-mailed to rideleetran@leegov.com.

     

    Persons with a disability requiring special assistance or accommodations for attendance at either hearing should call the Lee County Division of Public Resources at 553-2269 for information.