SporTran Coronavirus (COVID-19) News
SporTran remains committed to the health and safety of our riders. The agency has implemented service reductions to all fixed-route and Paratransit services to assist in the mitigation of community spread of COVID-19. These changes were made in the interest of public health and safety.
We will continue to run our amended schedule during Governor John Bel Edwards’ Stay At Home Order for the State of Louisiana. Click here to read the Stay at Home Order in full.
While the buses will continue to run, the community is strongly encouraged to limit the use of public transit to essential travel for work, health care, and nutrition only.
All buses are operating on an enhanced Alternative schedule. Our Sunday schedules will remain the same. Click here to access all route schedules and timetables.
Where’s My Bus?
For a live bus map and arrival times, click here.
Paratransit services will continue to operate in order to meet the needs of the community. The agency asks Paratransit riders to assist in helping to keep the community safe by prioritizing reservations. Life-sustaining reservations will take priority at this time, followed by nutrition. We ask passengers to limit the number of recreation-based trips for their safety and the safety of our operators.
Paratransit riders can call the Paratransit reservation line at 318.673.5316 to speak with a customer service representative or click here to visit the Paratransit page.
Current Preventative Methods
The agency remains committed to the safety of our riders and has implemented additional disinfecting methods when cleaning the vehicle fleet. Our regular cleaning process includes; trash removal, sweeping and mopping of vehicle floors, and wiping down passenger and driver areas with a disinfectant solution.
The agency is enhancing the daily cleaning process to include an additional disinfectant that is sprayed to deter the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19). The additional cleaning process is designed to disinfect high touch areas, including all railings, seating, operator area, and fareboxes. The agency will continue to clean and disinfect all vehicles within the fleet. This includes all buses and paratransit vehicles. Each vehicle is cleaned throughout the day with a deep cleaning occurring every 24 hours. A log is maintained of all vehicles cleaned and updated daily.
Free Rides to School Feeding Sites Resumes Each Monday
Beginning Monday, March 30, Caddo Parish School’s Child Nutrition staff will resume breakfast and lunch meal service with modifications to limit contact and decrease risk for both students and staff. Mealswill be distributed from 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Mondays only. Each meal packagewill include five breakfasts and three lunches.
While schools are closed, SporTran will provide free rides each Monday (7:30 A.m. until 12 p.m.) for school-aged children to the following school feeding sites. Buses will maintain their current routes and schedules.
School Feeding Sites Public Transportation Will Serve:
C.E. Byrd High
Caddo Heights Elementary
Caddo Magnet High
Caddo Middle Magnet
Captain Shreve High
J. S. Clark Elementary
Fair Park Middle
Southern Hills Elementary
The State of Louisiana is currently under a Stay at Home Order to prevent the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19). Students should use public transportation for travel to school feeding sites only.