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Gainesville Connection suspended, Dial-a-Ride adjusted to address COVID-19
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Gainesville Connection buses park at the administration building on Main Street Wednesday, March 20, 2019. - photo by Scott Rogers

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All Gainesville Connection services have been suspended through Friday, April 3, to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

Gainesville Connection provides scheduled bus services throughout Gainesville and parts of Oakwood and unincorporated Hall County. 

Dial-A-Ride services will continue, but with half the fleet normally running routes. Through April 3, trips will be prioritized to pharmacies, grocery stores, medical appointments and work. 

Dial-A-Ride operates weekdays from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Riders are asked to make reservations as soon as possible to secure their trip. Fare for Dial-A-Ride services starts at $2 and increases with each mile traveled. 

Call 770-503-3333 to schedule a trip with Dial-a-Ride.

Compiled from city of Gainesville press release.

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