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Here's the MTA commuter bus schedule

This is the holiday schedule for the Washington service.

Dec. 24 and Dec. 31 -- "S" or "L/S" Service with the following modifications:

901 - Trips 53 and 59 will not operate as scheduled. Instead, two buses each will run trips 31 and 33, making all regularly scheduled stops.

902 - Trip 33 will not operate as scheduled. Instead, two buses will run Trip 18 (midday), making all regularly scheduled stops.

904 - Trip 28 will not operate as scheduled. Instead, two buses will run trip 15 (midday) making all regularly scheduled stops.

905 - Trips 39 and 43 will not operate as scheduled. Instead, two buses will run trips 24 (midday) and 25 making all regularly scheduled stops.

915 - Trip 19 will not operate as scheduled. Instead, a bus will depart M St. & 8th St., S.E. at 1:40 pm, serving the same stops as trip 13.

929 - Trip 20 will not operate as scheduled. Instead, two buses will run trip 13 making all regularly scheduled stops.

950 - Trips 25 and 32 will not operate as scheduled. Instead, trip 18 (midday) will operate and another bus will depart C St. & 21st St., N.W. at 1 pm, making the same stops as trip 18.

995 - Trip 23 will not operate as scheduled. Instead, it will depart 19th & M Streets NW at 1 pm, making all regularly scheduled stops.

No modifications for Routes 903, 907, 909, 922, and 991.

Dec. 25 - No service.

Dec. 28, 29, 30 - Full service.

Jan. 1 (New Year's Day) - No service.

By Robert Thomson  |  December 23, 2009; 9:36 AM ET
Categories:  holiday travel , transit  | Tags: Dr. Gridlock, MTA, commuter bus  
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