What Does the September 21, 2014 Bus Service Expansion Mean for Riders? We are adding NEW bus lines 90-Carrollton and 106-Aurora. They are being restored We are adding a NEW line 65-Read-Crowder Express line to reduce overcrowding on 62-Morrision Express and support greater access to New Orleans East We are reducing travel times and improving access for Leonidas, Holly Grove and Desire neighborhoods by extending 80-Louisa and 32-Leonidas bus lines to downtown (NEW) We are extending 102-General Meyer to Federal City (NEW) Route adjustments are being made to 10-Tchoupitoulas make service more reliable Timetable adjustments are being made to 11-Magazine and 27-Louisiana make service more reliable How will the September 2014 Bus Service Expansion Benefit Riders and Communities? Increases Access to Jobs, Schools and Neighborhoods Increases Economic Opportunity Increases Inter and Intra Neighborhood Mobility Improves Existing Service Options Increases transit access on weekdays and weekends; especially in late evenings providing access to jobs, schools and neighborhoods Adds bus service in areas with limited service or with coverage gaps Increases reliability of bus connections to streetcar service with improved timetables. If you have any questions, please call RideLine at 504.248.3900. Our staff will be happy to help you with the changes resulting from this service expansion.