Service Update: Severe Weather

January 11, 2024

As of 10 a.m. 1/11/2024

Tulsa Transit prioritizes the safety and well-being of our passengers and staff. In response to the forecasted extreme temperature drop and potential road hazards, adjustments to our service schedule will be implemented as follows:

Service Interruptions:

  • Sunday, January 14th: Fixed route and Micro Transit will NOT provide service.
  • Monday, January 15th and Tuesday, January 16th: Fixed route services will operate on snow routes & FREE FARES. Micro Transit service will NOT provide service. Paratransit (LIFT ) will only service medical and work trips

Denver Avenue Station Closure: Denver Avenue Station (DAS) will be CLOSED on Sunday, January 14th. The station attendant will not be available on Monday, January 15th, and Tuesday, January 16th, but the station will be open regular business hours (5 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.) for patrons and those in need of a warming station.

Snow Route Changes :

  • 110 – Will not service Westview clinic or Osage Casino. From E 36th st N the bus will not turn on North Hartford Ave.
  • 140 & 150 – No Service to 137th East Ave. From the East Gate Subhub the buses will turn right on 145th E Ave, right on 31st st, right on 129th E Ave to route.
  • 300 – No service to 137th East Ave the bus will make a left on 129th E. Ave, right on 21st to the East Gate Subhub. From the Subhub right on 145th E Ave, right on 31st to route.
  • All other routes: Snow route procedures stay the same.

Potential Service Changes: Should weather conditions improve and road safety is ensured, service adjustments may be made on Monday and Tuesday. We encourage passengers to stay updated on service changes.

Safety Advisory: Tulsa Transit strongly advises patrons to exercise extreme caution in these severe weather conditions. We urge individuals to refrain from unnecessary travel and to heed the guidance of local authorities regarding safety measures during these temperature drops.

Stay Updated: For the latest updates and information, we urge passengers to follow Tulsa Transit on Facebook and Twitter, or GoPass.

Tulsa Transit regrets any inconvenience caused by these temporary adjustments. The safety of our passengers and staff remains our top priority, and we appreciate your understanding during this period of severe weather conditions.