Holiday Parade Service Interruption (Sat Dec 3)
On Saturday, December 3, 2022, due to the Children’s Hospital New Orleans Holiday Parade will prompt a service interruption on the W2 WB Expressway and W3 Lapalco bus lines from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Until the streets are cleared and service can be restored, there will be no service on Poydras and the buses will be on the following detour (outbound): Leaving Loyola and Tulane, continue on S. Rampart , left on Calliope Street to the CCC Bridge Below are the bus stops that will be missed during the Holiday Parade: 1185 Poydras @ Baronne 1186 Poydras @ St Charles 1187 Poydras @ Magazine 1189 Magazine @ Capdeville 1175 Magazine @ Julia 1176 Magazine @ St Joseph 1177 Magazine @ Poeyfarre

E8 Elmwood Detour and Stop Closure (E8 Elmwood Desvío y Cierre de la Parada de Autobús)
Citrus & Kuebel stop (#18131) on the E8 Elmwood route is temporarily closed due to construction. Please proceed to Edward & Crawford stop (#18137) for the next stop pick-up. La parada Citrus & Kuebel (#18131) en la ruta E8 Elmwood está temporalmente cerrada debido a la construcción. Diríjase a Edward & Crawford (#18137) para la próxima parada de recogida.

Discontinued Stop Alert (Alerta de Parada Descontinuada) – E3 Jefferson Highway
JP Transit has discontinued service for one bus stop along the outbound E3 route, located on Jefferson Hwy. at Julius Ave. (Stop ID: 13319). JP Transit ha descontinuado el servicio para una parada de autobús a lo largo de la ruta de salida E3, ubicada en Jefferson Hwy. en Julius Ave.

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Coronavirus Update – Masks required on all vehicles

May 11, 2020

UPDATE: On January 29, 2021, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued an Order imposing a mask requirement applicable to public transportation systems, rail, and van, bus and motorcoach service providers to mitigate the risk of COVID-19. The CDC Order implements President Biden’s Executive Order 13998, Promoting COVID-19 Safety in Domestic and International Travel, “to save lives and allow all Americans, including the millions of people employed in the transportation industry, to travel and work safely.”

Masks or cloth face coverings are required for all riders of fixed-route and MITS (download flyer).

Español: Máscaras o cubiertas de tela requeridas para todos los Pasajeros. Vigente desde el Viernes 15 de Mayo.

 

Thank you for your cooperation to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

Keep up with Jefferson Parish by visiting www.jeffparish.net or text JPALERT to 888-777 for daily alerts.

The health and safety of our riders and employees is a top priority. If you are feeling sick or part of the demographic that the CDC categorizes as “at higher risk” of contracting COVID-19 (older adults, people with chronic medical conditions), staying home or self-quarantining is the best thing to do. Riders of MITS (Mobility Impaired Transportation System) who know they are COVID-19 positive that need to be transported to daily routine doctors appointments and dialysis should call their insurance for transportation needs. Acadian Ambulance crews and ambulances are standing by to assist. This is necessary so that individuals who are sick are in the care of trained medical staff. Thank you for understanding as we do our part to help prevent the spread of this virus in our community and make sure all our JeT and MITS riders and employees are protected.

Our Transit Department is working alongside Transdev, health and security officials, and industry leaders for updates and best practices regarding the Coronavirus.

Our Transit Department’s Coronavirus action plan includes the following:

  1. Increasing sanitization efforts, which includes daily cleaning of all 41 buses and 20 paratransit vehicles.
  2. Mounting hand sanitizer dispensers to all Buses and Paratransit vehicles next week.
  3. Regular announcements on all vehicles and on every route to “Wash Hands Often “in both English and Spanish.
  4. Planning for adjusted levels of service and routes, as needed.

Please click to see more information on Jefferson Parish’s Health Update page.

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Holiday Service

Saturday schedule is operated on the following holidays:

 

  • New Year’s Day
  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day
  • Mardi Gras Day
  • Good Friday
  • July 4th
  • Labor Day
  • Thanksgiving
  • Christmas

 

A separate schedule will be announced and used during carnival season (week preceding Mardi Gras day).

Routes without Saturday service do not operate on holidays.