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Rochester, MN (KROC AM News) -  Some big changes are coming soon for those who use Rochester Public Transit.

The city-operated transportation provider will launch a new schedule for all routes on June 5th.

At the same time, there will be changes at the RPS downtown hub.

Three stops located on 2nd Ave SW are being rerouted to stops on 2nd St SW. Two new stops are also being created to help accommodate the shift. That will increase the number of stops along 2nd St. between S Broadway and 4 Ave SW to seven.

The downtown changes are being made because of the 2nd Ave road project that will be worked on all summer. RPS says “all customers should be aware that their typical trip times will change and downtown bus stop locations may be different.”

RPS adds this info:

A new downtown transit center map and new schedules for each route are being posted to the RPT website Printed schedules will be available on board RPT buses prior to June 5. Because the changes are widespread, all RPT customers should review the new information and plan accordingly in order to avoid travel problems these changes may cause.

Visit rptride.com for more information or Call 507-328-RIDE (7433) with questions.

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