Heavy Snow Could Make Travel Difficult Friday Morning
Park-n-Ride Service Suspended
In anticipation of a winter storm impacting the state on Friday, January 7, 2022, the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) is urging passengers to prepare for possible delays and detours by signing up for email alerts at https://www.ripta.com. Service information will be available at https://www.ripta.com/alerts , as well as RIPTA’s social media accounts (Facebook @RideRIPTA, Twitter @RIPTA_RI) and on Transit app. Passengers are encouraged to monitor news reports as well.
Due to the severity of the storm predictions, passengers are advised to be prepared for delays in service and the possibility of service being suspended if it becomes no longer safe to travel. Passengers are asked to plan accordingly, and to please remember that safety is RIPTA’s top priority. As the storm moves through New England tomorrow, RIPTA will be working closely with state emergency officials.
RIde Paratransit Passengers: If RIPTA finds it necessary to suspend service, all RIde trips will also be suspended.
PARK N’ RIDE SERVICE
In anticipation of the winter storm, all Park-n-Ride service on Routes QX, 9X, 10X, 12X, 24L, 59X, 61X, 65X and 95X will be suspended on Friday, January 7, 2022.
HOW TO SIGN UP FOR EMAIL ALERTS
RIPTA is pleased to offer service updates by route, so you can receive information that may impact you. This service provides subscribers with information about detours, temporary service disruptions and service changes on the routes they ride. To sign up for route-specific email alerts, visit https://www.ripta.com/schedules. Click on the route you would like to receive alerts for and then click on “Receive Updates for This Schedule.” Enter your email address in the form that pops up and then click “Subscribe.” You will now receive service information regarding that bus route.