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Bus stops are located about every 1/4 mile along the route, with the exception of the Husky Line and BREEZ, which have limited stops. The bus, or the bus driver, will announce stops as they approach. To get off at the next stop, pull the yellow cord located along the side of the bus. Please provide plenty of time so that the bus driver can approach the stop safely.
When you've arrived at the stop, please use the back door to allow passengers to board through the front. You may use the front door if it is more comfortable for you or if you need the bus to kneel or deploy the ramp; just let the driver know.
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Use the bus schedule for the route you're waiting for to determine when your bus will arrive. If your stop is between two listed timepoints, your bus will arrive some time after the upstream timepoint. Wait at the bus stop at least five minutes before the bus is due to arrive. When the bus is approaching, make yourself visible to the bus driver.
You can find real-time bus arrival information on the Umo Mobility smartphone app, as well as other third-party apps.
Maps and Bus Schedules for METRO Routes - HERE
Download the Umo Mobility app to track your bus and pay your fare.
If you’re at a bus stop, text "gpmetro", followed by the bus stop ID # (all bus stops have them) to 41411 and receive a return text on your wait time.
METRO has hundreds of bus stops throughout our service area.
Stops on local routes are located about 1/4 mile apart.