People living in and around Rochester, New York will no doubt want to know about transportation options that abound. There’s a great deal of options to consider in this regard. If you’re new to the area, or you are just looking for information about options that can help you traverse the highways and byways via transportation opportunities, consider the following few notes on Monroe, Orleans, Genesee, Wyoming, and Livingston counties.
For people in and around Monroe county, there’s a lot of options to explore. The main hub for public transportation is the RTS. RTS has several options that you can explore, and runs throughout holidays as well as Monday through Friday. There are even buses and other transportation solutions that run on all major holidays, including New Year’s Day, Independence Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day. There’s options for everyone to consider, and you can find maps, schedules, and a trip planner on the official Monroe RTS page (https://www.myrts.com/Maps-Schedules/RTS-Monroe/Schedule-pdfs).
Orleans specific transportation options are available through 5 routes. There are 5 different routes and maps, schedules, and more that can be used by anyone that is in the area. There is a holiday schedule placement that is focused on during major holidays, but other than the top holidays, there is a regular schedule of operation for routes 201, 202, 203, 204, and 205. For more information on this particular area and route schedules, you can visit the official RTS Orleans page (https://www.myrts.com/Orleans/Schedules).
As for Genesee, there’s a few routes and schedules that have been updated in the past few months. In the last 6 months, there have been effective changes that have come to the area in terms of transportation. These transportation options are listed on the official RTS Genesee page (https://www.myrts.com/Orleans/Schedules). You can find the latest schedule changes as of September 5, 2017 on the page, as well as further information about surrounding transportation hubs, including the RTS main transit center location.
People looking to get to work, school, and throughout the Rochester area will be pleased to know that Wyoming has a great deal of options. This includes several routes that can cris-cross and connect to other areas. There are new bus passes as well, and can connect you to all the counties listed on this page. There are $10 and $20 value passes, and can make it easier to go through every county listed on this page and beyond. For schedules and information about Wyoming’s transportation options, you can visit the official RTS Wyoming page (https://www.myrts.com/Orleans/Schedules).
Livingston County has a verity of options to consider in terms of public transportation as well. There are four distinct routes to consider here. They include 231, 232, 242, and 243. There are some minor changes that are in place from 12/22 through 1/15 that were listed on the official RTS page, but that is no longer effective at present. It should be noted that there are changes made to the schedules and updates posted on the official RTS Livingston page (https://www.myrts.com/Livingston/Schedules). You can get more information about how to ride, planning your ride, and much more on the official RTS pages.