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Our online trip planner tells you which routes to take. Simply enter your starting point, destination and when you wish to travel and Trip Planner does the rest!
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Commuter bus service to Big Lake , Minnesota Twins baseball games, and Minnesota Vikings football games is available from the Metro Bus Transit Center .
Offering service to destinations throughout the country’s heartland and connects from the Metro Bus Transit Center .
Moscow Bus Network
Moscow's crazy traffic and its excellent metro network mean that the city's buses and trolleybuses aren't the number one option for tourists .
Moscow has hundreds of bus and trolleybus routes , many of which connect the city centre with its otherwise-isolated suburban neighbourhoods. Regular traffic jams mean that the bus network has not always been the most recommendable option , especially as the metro is so efficient.
Having said that, new bus lanes have opened up recently making it a comfortable alternative for certain routes. The bus can be a good, economical option at night , when 13 routes replace the metro after it shuts down (all starting from Kitay-Gorod metro and taking the main roads out to the edge off the city).
More modern buses have screens indicating the stops along the route, but in older ones you may well struggle knowing where to get off if relying on the Russian-language loudspeaker announcements .
If you do decide to catch the bus, tickets can be purchased from kiosks and metro stops, and the majority of lines operate between 6 am and 1 am.
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While Moscow has an efficient public transport system, you may sometimes find it more convenient to travel by taxi and prices are usually affordable. Find fares and top tips here!
Tickets & travelcards
Fares for Moscow's public transport network are the same for every mode of transport making it really easy to travel. See all the different tickets here!
Routes 81 and 85 - Additional trips
We are launching an additional morning and afternoon trip to the Route 81 (Lincoln – City direct) and Route 85 (Rolleston – City direct) services from Monday, 22 January. The timings of existing trips will also be updated to best fit the new trips. Please visit Route 81 page and Route 85 page for more details.
Maps and timetables.
There are 29 Metro services in the Greater Christchurch network, with high frequency buses crisscrossing and orbiting the city, supported by routes that reach far into the suburbs.
To plan your trip, check out the timetables below, or use our real time journey planning and next bus tools at go.metro.co.nz .
Need help? Our Metroinfo team are here to help.
Rangiora/cashmere, airport or sheffield cres/sumner, rolleston/new brighton, halswell/queenspark, port to port (airport to lyttelton), northwood/huntsbury, city/airport via fendalton, shirley/westmorland, hillmorton/southshore, lincoln/parklands, lincoln/city direct, rolleston/city direct, darfield/city, southbridge/lincoln, rangiora/city direct, kaiapoi/city direct, waikuku and pegasus/city, rangiora/pegasus, wigram/the palms via riccarton, styx mill/northlands mall, burnside/spreydon, redwood/westlake, hei hei/avonhead, new brighton/the palms, russley/mt pleasant, eastgate/lyttelton shopper service, burnham/lincoln via rolleston, diamond harbour ferry, upcoming timetable changes, community services, getting to christchurch's hospitals, school services, waimakariri bus services, travelling to/from christchurch airport, selwyn bus services.
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Metro buses run throughout the Omaha metro, with service to Ralston, La Vista, Bellevue, Papillion and Council Bluffs.
Metro buses are not in service on most major holidays .
If you need assistance finding a route, map or schedule, please contact Metro Customer Service at 402-341-0800 or 402-341-0807 (TDD) .
View the entire Metro bus network at a glance with our interactive system map. Toggle on routes, Park & Ride lots or fare vendor locations to get started.
Bus Maps & Schedules
Already know your bus route? We’ve compiled everything you need to know for each route in one place, including a downloadable route map and schedule.
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ORBT — Dodge Street Route 3 — North 40th / South 42nd Route 4 — Maple Street Route 5 — 90th Street Route 8 — 60th / Blondo Route 11 — Leavenworth Route 13 — 13th / L Street Route 14 — 108th / Fort Route 15 — Center Street Route 16 — East Omaha / North 16th Route 18 — 72nd / Ames Route 24 — 24th Street Route 26 — North Omaha Circulator Route 30 — 30th Street Route 35 — North 33rd Street Route 36 — South Omaha Circulator Route 55 — Q Street Green Route — Downtown Circulator (Weekdays Only) Blue and Yellow Routes — Council Bluffs
Express Routes (Weekdays Only)
Route 92 — Dodge Express Route 93 — South 84th Express Route 94 — West Center Express Route 95 — Bellevue Express Route 97 — Millard Express Route 98 — Maple Village Express
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Use the Adelaide Metro journey planner to work out how to get around Adelaide by bus, train or tram.
The Adelaide Metro ‘plan my journey’ tool isn’t the only way we can help you get around. You can also see my next service for real-time arrivals nearby, the service disruption list for anything that may impact on your journey, and the find retailers and facilities map if you need metroCARD services, bike storage or car parking. Find out how much you could be saving by switching to public transport using our savings estimator .
Can you pay cash on Adelaide buses?
Bus drivers with Adelaide Metro can no longer handle cash. You can purchase a metroCARD before you catch a bus or use tap and pay with your Visa or Mastercard.
Find out how to recharge your metroCARD online , or where you can go to buy and recharge a metroCARD.
Trip planner for disabilities
In the sidebar of Google maps you’ll see ‘Route options’. You can choose routes that are wheelchair accessible, have less walking or fewer transfers.
If you have a preferred mode of transport, you can choose if you want to view one or all nearby bus, train or tram routes.
How do I contact Adelaide Metro?
If you still need help after using the Adelaide Metro journey planner, visit our contact us page to find out how to call us, visit us or provide feedback.
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New Route Schedule design
We are looking for rider input on these changes and how you use the Metro system. Take a look at the changes and fill out this survey and let us know what you think.
Click here for a full preview of a new schedule.
Click on images below to get a breakdown of the changes color coded with the key updates.
This is a list of the 10 Key Changes in the above graphics.
1. Popular destinations listed for each route.
2. About this Route will tell riders if there are any route variants.
3. Increased text size throughout the schedule.
4. Alternating row color used to help navigate times.
5. Use of Bold Text style in schedule to identify PM times.
6. Use of colored text "blue" in schedule to identify school trip times.
7. All maps are to scale and oriented north.
8. Use of color and icons to help with wayfinding.
9. Call out maps included of downtown areas and overlapping school trips.
10. Map modernized to reflect transit industry standards.
Why is NFTA doing this?
First and foremost, because you asked us to. We’ve received feedback about our schedules needing improvement and we spent time and resources researching the best ways to improve them. We talked with riders, employees, and advocates about what could be better. Take a look at the changes and fill out this survey and let us know what you think.