LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — CityBus is prepared for frigid temperatures, wind and snow. The company is especially ready this weekend because heavy amounts of snow are expected.
The public transportation company has only stopped services once in the last 35 years.
That was back in 2014 when Purdue also cancelled classes. Purdue also cancelled classes twice back in 2011.
Safety is the top priority and with many riders being students at Purdue, CityBus and Purdue will work closely to monitor the road conditions.
The general manager of CityBus said prepare for route changes and use common sense.
"If you're standing outside or getting ready to go outside check your phone, see where the bus is and if it still hasn't left downtown, don't go stand outside in these terrible, frigid temperatures that we're predicting," said Marty Sennett.
CityBus updates its website if routes change or are cancelled.
That link is here.
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