Changes to Glacier Highway bus stops due to Lemon Creek Improvement Project construction

Beginning the week of June 21, Capital Transit bus service along Glacier Highway in Lemon Creek may be intermittently disrupted due to construction from the Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities Lemon Creek Improvement Project. Please note the following changes:

  • Bus stops along this route may be intermittently moved to accommodate construction; please look for temporary Capital Transit bus stop signs. 
  • Bus shelters along Glacier Highway from the Dragon Inn to Switzer Village will be temporarily removed, including the Anka Street shelters. Buses will still stop there unless the stop has been temporarily moved.
  • Routes may also be delayed.

Your continued patience is appreciated. 

For more information on the service changes, call Capital Transit at 789-6901.

Capital Transit and CAPITAL AKcess Getting Back to Normal

Due to the reduced CBJ community risk level, Capital Transit and CAPITAL AKcess will remove rider limits and route revisions that were put in place due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Effective immediately, Capital Transit and Capital AKcess maximum rider limits will be lifted and will resume full capacity service.  Health and safety measures will remain in place including face coverings which are required by federal law on all public transportation.  Capital Transit is asking the passengers to board through the front door and exit through the rear door whenever possible. 

Effective Monday, June 14th, Capital Transit will resume normal scheduling including the Express Routes 5 and 6 with service to the Juneau International Airport and the University of Alaska and discontinue the modified express service between the Downtown Transit Center and the Mendenhall Mall.  Modifications due to construction are still in effect. For more information, call Capital Transit at 789-6901.