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MTD Announces Service Changes


MTD recently released its new schedule guide, and a few select service changes went into effect last Monday. After gathering feedback during public meetings, MTD decided to keep Line 22 — which serves the Mission, the Museum of Natural History, and the Botanic Garden, and was slated for elimination — for another year. Services, however, have been scaled down for the Crosstown Shuttle and fares for the Downtown/Waterfront and Seaside shuttles have increased. Go to sbmtd.gov for more information.

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