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Bloomington Transit

Bloomington Transit
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Headquarters 130 W. Grimes Lane
Locale Bloomington, Indiana
Service area Monroe County, Indiana
Service type bus service, paratransit
Routes 13
Fuel type diesel
Operator Bloomington Public Transportation Corporation
Website Bloomington Transit

Bloomington Transit is the provider of mass transportation in Bloomington, Indiana. 13 routes are operated, with many connected to Indiana University.

Route list

There are 13 regularly scheduled bus routes.[1]

  • Route 1 North - Fee Lane / BHS North
  • Route 1 South - South Walnut / Arbor Glen
  • Route 2 South - South Rogers / Countryview
  • Route 2 West - 11th Street via Showers Complex
  • Route 3 East - College Mall / Bradford Place
  • Route 3 West - Highland Village /Curry Pike
  • Route 4 South - High Street / Sherwood Oaks
  • Route 4 West - Bloomfield Road / Heatherwood
  • Route 5 - Sare Road
  • Route 6 - Campus Shuttle / Route 6 Limited
  • Route 7 - Henderson / Walnut Express
  • Route 8 - Eastside Local
  • Route 9 – IU Campus / College Mall / Campus Corner

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