- Inclement Weather
During inclement weather buses may operate on a slight delay. View the status of your bus by visiting our myStop app or by calling 814-452-3515.
- EMTA Phone System-Fixed Route
To better direct your call, starting January 11th EMTA fixed-route division will be switching over to an automated phone system. This is will allow customers to reach their desired party in faster, more efficient way.
- BUS STOP ON ROUTE M3 MOVED
DUE TO SAFETY CONCERNS, ON RT M3 THE BUS STOP LOCATED ON DOWNS DRIVE IN FRONT OF STEAK N SHAKE HAS BEEN MOVED TO THE SOUTH ENTRANCE OF QUAKER STEAK COMING DOWN PEACH ST. THIS IS EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY.
- EMTA to launch new service in Corry PA, Erie County’s second largest city
Starting November 9th the EMTA will launch community-based service in Corry PA, Erie County’s second largest city. The route will operate Monday-Friday servicing key destinations including; Corry Hospital, Corry Industrial Park, Corry Senior Center, and low-income housing complexes.
The Transit Authority selected Corry for its initial service expansion due to its population, customer feedback, and information contained in a report titled Destination Erie: A Regional Vision (Destination Erie), as well as, comments received from Erie County’s 2010-2012 Transportation Plan Update.
In 2014, EMTA retained Delta Development Group, Inc. to evaluate the viability of providing public transportation service in Corry. A community survey was developed and disseminated to obtain feedback from residents with regard to the need and interest in transit service. Ninety-one percent of the community indicated that they would be interested in riding public transportation if it was available in their area.
A small circular route in Union City will also launch in late November. The circular will service the borough and industrial areas during peak hours. To complete the initial service expansion in southeast Erie County, EMTA has scheduled a merger between the 105 Corry Loop and the Union City circular for mid-2016.
The Erie Metropolitan Transit Authority’s Service Expansion Project continues to measure the need for public transportation in the under-served areas in Erie County. The transit agency’s next steps are to measure the need for public transportation in West County, specifically the boroughs of Fairview, Girard, and Lake City. EMTA and the Erie Regional Chamber and Growth Partnership will host a public meeting regarding the possible service expansion. The meeting will be held on November 10th at 5:00 PM in the Girard Borough Hall.
- myStop app is now available for Android users
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