WASHINGTON - Montgomery County Ride-On buses will operate on a modified schedule Monday and Tuesday following last week's bus fire.
The county permanently removed 26 of its 367 buses from its Ride-On system following the fire.
County Executive Isiah "Ike" Leggett says Ride-On is working to find replacement buses, and expects all will be replaced by the end of August.
Ride-On will run a modified holiday schedule, with three exceptions at specific routes.
- Route 2 will provide service to Walter Reed.
- Route 38 will provide service to the U.S. Postal Training Academy.
- Route 54 will provide service to NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology).
A normal schedule will resume by Wednesday but riders should expect minor delays through the end of the week.
Click here to view the modified holiday schedule.
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