START adjusts Teton Valley commuter route for tonight

JACKSON HOLE, WYO – START Bus announced a few slight adjustments to the schedule due to current weather and road conditions.

Teton Valley, Idaho passengers can expect only one returning bus today, Monday, February 4. The Teton Valley bus will leave Snow King Center at 6pm.  The other three buses will not run this evening. The shortage in evening buses is due to the morning pass closure.

The Star Valley commuter runs are not impacted this evening and will remain on schedule.

All commuter riders should keep an eye out on the upcoming weather and stay connected through WYDOT information and with START through the Rider Alert feature on the www.startbus.com home page.

Due to the current weather, road conditions, and traffic passengers can expect potentially delays on all START routes.

Passengers can now easily sign up for START Rider Alerts. These alerts will immediately notify the rider if a bus stop is closed, if a road becomes closed, or a specific route is impacted. It’s easy and only takes a minute to do.


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