News & Social Media

City Utilities’ Transit uses several method of notifying passengers of route changes or system events. Twitter is a free service that allows you to “follow” people or businesses that interest you. By “following” CU Transit, you will be informed of schedule & route changes, transit-related community events, free ride days and much, much more.

Follow us on Twitter: @cutransit

Our Latest Tweets

DETOUR ALERT! Line 7 & 27... March 25-29

Details >> https://t.co/eA1AUgKx1H

Be careful as you're waiting on your bus for the next half hour.

In 2017, it was estimated that nearly 1/3rd of people who migrated into Greene County were 18 - 24 years old from a different county in Missouri. The median age of all in-migrants from a different county in MO was 21.9 years old. #OTOAreaGrowthTrends --> https://t.co/yMR45zbhjG

As road conditions get worse, please be prepared for possible delays. Check out RouteShout2.0 to see real time where your bus is at.

We'll post updates as we get them.

Where will your #ValentinesDay plans take you on the bus? #CrushingOnTransit

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