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(previous version will not operate after June 15, 2020)
Riders Must Enter/Exit Through Rear Door Only
No Fare on Fixed Route, Same-Day and ADA Service
All Riders Are Required to Wear Face Coverings
For the safety of everyone and to stop the spread of COVID-19/Coronavirus, riders and bus drivers are required by the State to wear a face covering effective Friday, April 17.
Effective Tuesday, March 24th Public Transit will reduce service - ONLY the following routes will operate 7am-4pm: E, J, K and L
Route J serves the HUB, Poughkeepsie Train Station, Admiral Halsey, Interfaith Towers, Mid-Hudson Regional Medical Center, Mental Health, Marist, the CIA, Stop & Shop Hyde Park and the shelter opposite FDR. Click the link below for schedule.
Route K serves the HUB, Poughkeepsie Train Station, some of the City of Poughkeepsie, Vassar Hospital and related health care offices, St. Simeon, Spring Manor, Dutchess Dialysis, Price Chopper, Care Mount Medical, CVS, Target, Shop Rite and Stop and Shop. Click the link below for schedule.
Route L serves the HUB, Poughkeepsie Train Station, Main Street in Poughkeepsie, Social Security, Associated Super Market, Rite Aid, Stop & Shop Rt 44, CVS, and Adams. Click the link below for schedule.
Route E Limited service will start at 14 Commerce Street and serve Hudson River housing and flags stops along the arterial. Click the link below for schedule.
NO Fare on any bus (both fixed-route and same-day service)
Schedule Change Effective June 1, 2019 - As of Saturday, 6/1/19, the Route G Schedule (.pdf) will be adjusted to better serve the community by connecting with more inbound and outbound Metro North trains at the Beacon Train Station.
These maps & guides are designed to quickly give you the information you need to use the transportation choices available to you.
Please review our rider rules and regulations to ensure passenger’s and bus operator’s safety.
Racks have space for at least two bikes and are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Dutchess County Public Transit offers a range of services to help residents and visitors live active and independent lives.