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You’ll need to look at a schedule for the route(s) you’ll be riding to get exact times. All routes end their weekday schedule at 5:45 PM
Monday through Saturday night service continues until after midnight with the last buses leaving the terminal at 11:45 p.m. The routes are not the same as the day routes so you will need to check the night service routes and schedules. Printed ones are available at the Intermodal Terminal.
The perimeter of service is as follows: as far north as I-220, as far east as Louisiana Downs, as far south as BAFB, and as far west as Red River to include the downtown Shreveport terminal. See Bossier Routes 5, 16, & 19 as well as the Night Schedules
SporTran's OnDemand service may be a good alternative for you. OnDemand operates on a demand-response basis for residents and visitors within the Shreveport / Bossier City limits who are certified as ADA paratransit eligible. See the OnDemand webpage for additional information.
maps.google.com will allow you to plan your route. maps.google.com
Title VI states that everyone, regardless of race, color, or national origin, should have the opportunity to receive the same level of program services, aids and benefits; that the services, aids, and benefits should be provided in a consistent manner to all persons; and that no individual should be treated separately in any manner related to the receipt of that service, aid or benefit either directly or through contractual means.
Title VI complaints generally are a signed, written complaint that is filed within 180 days of the date of the alleged discrimination. SPORTRAN’s Title VI Complaint Form can be accessed here, though you are not required to use this form. If you have questions regarding Title VI, Limited English Proficiency (LEP), or a complaint, please refer to SPORTRAN’s Title VI Coordinator: