Alerts

FREE RIDE DAY Saturday, March 28

COMO Connect will be having a FREE RIDE DAY, Saturday, March 28th in honor of Earth Hour 2015! No fares, no passes, just hop on any COMO Connect route and enjoy free rides this Saturday only.

To participate in the world-wide Earth Hour event, remember to turn off all of your lights and non-essential electronics from 8:30-9:30pm this Saturday night and help Columbia going into a wave of darkness to save energy.

Detour: 10Red/Downtown

DETOUR: The #10 Red/Downtown route will be detouring 5th Street in downtown Columbia March 24-26th due to a scheduled road closure and construction project on the power plant. The bus will continue north on 6th Street between Conley and Walnut, and customers using bus stops on 5th street should walk one block east to catch the downtown route.

We apologize for the inconvenience. For questions, call COMO Connect customer service at 573-874-7282.

 

No TigerLine on Spring Break

The MU campus shuttle service known as TigerLine will not be offering bus service during MU’s Spring Break March 23-27th.

All TigerLine buses will end service at 6pm on Friday, March 20th, except for the 406 Night South Loop, which will run until 8pm that night. Tiger Line bus service will resume the week of March 29th.

All COMO Connect city bus routes will run as normal during MU Spring Break, with the exception of the extra mid-day bus service provided on the south loop of the #1 Black route 10am-2pm midday during the week.  (see “Additional Mid-Day Service: Buses Loop South End Only” on the schedule page).

18 & under ride free!

COMO Connect is now completely FREE for riders 18 years of age and under!

 

With buses running from 6:25am-8pm Monday-Friday, new bus stops at each public high school, and easy live GPS bus tracking, students always have a ride to school and more options for a safe ride home. We even color coordinated the bus routes with your school colors for Battle High School, Hickman High School, and Rock Bridge High School!

If you’re in school, make sure to show the driver your school ID when boarding so they know your ride is free! Smaller children may not need to verify age if they are clearly under 18 years of age.

Under 18 and don’t attend a public school? That’s ok too! Just call COMO Connect’s customer service line and we’ll get you a Youth Ride Free pass.

Click here for more info on routes serving your school and contact customer service for help with trip planning!

 


 

Parents and guardians should always make sure kids know how to safely navigate public transportation and practice what to do if they get lost or confused. Always ask a bus driver if you need help!