Post Updated On 6/30/15
Saturday, July 4, 2015 is Independence Day here in the United States. Because this federal holiday falls on a Saturday this year, Friday, July 3 will be observed by the Federal government, meaning Federal offices will be closed.
On Friday, July 3, most transit agencies will operate on a normal weekday/Friday schedule. Please check with your respective transit agency to see if they have any special rules on which routes operate, or if they will not be running service at all that day. HART and HRT will both be running Saturday-level service on July 3.
On Saturday, July 4, most transit agencies will operate on a regular Saturday schedule. However, agencies that typically do not run services on Independence Day will not operate. Additionally, some agencies may choose to run Sunday-level service on the 4th instead of Saturday schedules.
Transit Agency Service Status on Independence Day
Please view the listing below to see what schedule your area’s transit district will be operating on Independence Day:
Some trolleybus routes (Pinellas County) may operate on a schedule other than a Sunday schedule. Please check the transit district’s website for details.
PACE Website (Chicago area suburban bus services)
Metra Website (Chicago area Commuter Rail services)
Customer Service Hours
Unless otherwise noted, please see below for Customer Service Center hours and Telephone Customer Service hours:
Ticket Vending Machines (TVMs) are available throughout the following locations for customer convenience.
- HART (Tampa, FL): All major transit centers.
- HRT (Norfolk/Hampton, VA): Along the Tide LRT corridor in Norfolk, as well as at HRT transit centers, the High St Ferry station, and at select (summer) locations along the Virginia Beach Oceanfront.
Normal Transit Service Resumption:
Regular Sunday services will operate on Sunday, July 5, 2015 for agencies that operate transit services on Sunday. Please check with your agency for details.
Regular weekday transit services will resume on Monday, July 6, 2015.
All information in this post have been compiled from the websites and social media channels of the respective transit agencies listed above. Ultimately, the agencies themselves are responsible for the accuracy of information that I’ve gathered. However, if you notice something that I’ve written that doesn’t match what the agency has posted (mistakes do happen, we’re all human), please let me know right away so that I can correct the information. Thank you.