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Blue Loop, Green Link Buses to be Detoured

Some of you might have noticed late last week that there was a bizarre increase in the number of CATA buses running along Burrowes Road, most notably the appearance of Blue Loops where they historically haven’t been. Due to construction on the corner of College Ave. and Atherton Street, CATA will be rerouting the buses that normally run north on Atherton Street up Burrowes Street.

Therefore, the Blue Loop, P, and H routes will make the right turn up Burrowes from College and stop at the Deike Building across from Rec Hall before making a right turn onto Curtin and resuming normal routing. The V and N buses will turn up Burrowes, stop at Deike and Rec Hall, and make the left turn onto the Curtin Extension before resuming normal routing.

The Green Link, however, will have the most unique change. The Link, coming from Borrowes Road, will turn right on College Avenue, make a left on Atherton Street, a left on Beaver Avenue, a left on Burrowes Road, and a right on Curtin Road, where it will resume normal routing.

The A, B, C, F, G, K, M, NV, R, S, UT, W, X, Red Link, and White Loop Routes will not be affected by the detours.

Normal service will return on May 1.


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Chase Tralka is a Senior majoring in Information Sciences and Technology with a minor in Security and Risk Analysis. He is from Northern New Jersey and is involved in far too many organizations to list here. He enjoys photography, cycling, and listening to obscure free jazz music.


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