Pullman Transit adjusts routes to comply with state order

Coffee, Coug B express routes suspended; all other routes unchanged

BRADLEY GAMBLE, Evergreen reporter

Pullman Transit will adjust routes until May because fewer people are riding buses.

According to the press release, the Crimson Express and Gray Express routes will continue to operate with one less bus each, at 30-minute frequencies.

The Coffee route will be suspended because some stops are shared by the Silver route.

The Coug B Express route will also be suspended because the majority of its stops overlap with other routes.

The Blue, Silver, Paradise, Loop, Coug A, Wheat and Lentil route services will remain unchanged. Weekend services will also remain unchanged.

Pullman Transit made these changes to continue providing essential transit services while also supporting Gov. Jay Inslee’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” proclamation.

These changes will remain in effect until May 10 when summer community services begin.