Pasco County Public Transportation has changed services on Route 41 in Land O’ Lakes.
The changes, which took effect on Jan. 6, are based on ridership, according to a news release.
Here are the changes, in a nutshell:
- An hourly service is being added to the Central Boulevard/Pasco Utilities complex.
- Service is ending along Collier Parkway and along the State Road 54 corridor to Collier Parkway.
- Saturday service has been eliminated for this route.
The news release said the Route 41 changes are being implemented relating to Collier Parkway and State Road 54 because of a lack of ridership.
Those wishing to ride the bus to businesses on Collier Parkway can connect to the Route 54 bus.
Route 41 begins at the U.S. 41 intersection with Central Boulevard. It continues south to multiple stops, including where U.S. 41 meets Gator Lane, State Road 54 and the apex where U.S. 41 and North Dale Mabry Highway branch off.
Other stops are along U.S. 41, but the route previously included a jog onto State Road 54, over to Collier Parkway, where riders could pick up the bus near the Land O’ Lakes Recreation Complex.
The changes to Route 41 were approved by the Pasco County Metropolitan Planning Organization board on Sept. 12. The recommendation to drop the portion of the route including State 54 and Collier Parkway was based on research by public transportation staff and public feedback.
For more information about Route 41, visit bit.ly/Route41.
For more information about PCPT services, visit RidePCPT.com.
Published January 08, 2020