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.

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Our Latest Tweets

Due to the Route 66 Festival, downtown passengers are encourage to catch their bus at the Transit Center on August 10 and 11. Downtown stops may be closed at times, and riders can expect detours and delays throughout the system. #route66 #SGF

ROUTE ALERT... As of now, buses are still running. We may need to detour if there are trees and/or lines down. Please be patient. We will update as we have them.

We apologize in advance, for this jingle getting stuck on loop in your head, but we’d do anything to help you remember to Turn Around, Don’t Drown. https://t.co/9jJeJL1WiH #TurnAroundDontDrown #MOwx #KSwx #MidMO #SGF #Missouri #Ozarks #FlashFlood

We had so much fun at @UnitedWayOzarks #DOCHomeRun helping @DiscoveryCenter, @dpzoo, @CPOzarks, @BGCSpringfield, and @ozksfoodharvest... Here's our why! https://t.co/huIW4fz6SC

DON'T FORGET: Tonight Kansas Expressway at James River Freeway in #SGF will be CLOSED from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. Although Kansas Expressway will be closed, James River Freeway will remain open.
Drivers urged to find alternate routes. No signed detour is planned.

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