Capital Transit News

INFORMATION RELEASEMarch 26, 2020 Capital Transit limits bus capacity to nine, implements route adjustments. In an effort to promote social distancing, and for the health of Juneau riders and bus operators, Capital Transit is: Limiting bus capacity to nine (9) riders Cancelling Express Routes 5 and 6 Adding additional buses on Routes 3 and 4Read More >

Capital Transit bus service and CAPITAL AKcess paratransit service will be free of charge starting today, March 20. At this time, regular service remains available with additional vehicle disinfecting procedures in place to help protect the community. Riders are encouraged to only use Capital Transit if they must and, when they are on the bus,Read More >

The City and Borough of Juneau is working with local, state, and federal partners to respond to the rapidly-evolving outbreak of COVID-19, a respiratory illness. As new information becomes available, the CBJ webpage at juneau.org will be updated. 

INFORMATION RELEASE February 12, 2020 CAPITAL AKcess is the new name for Capital Transit’s paratransit service, which has been called Care-a-Van. The City and Borough of Juneau recently renewed a 5-year contract with Catholic Community Service to operate the paratransit bus service, which supplements Capital Transit’s fixed route system. CBJ is federally required to provideRead More >

Capital Transit offers a Ride Free Zone (see the Capital Transit Ride Free Zone Map below) for locals and visitors who may experience mobility issues or are interested in getting to the Capitol, the Juneau-Douglas City Museum, the Dimond Courthouse, the hostel or other locations at the top of the hill. There are four busRead More >

Capital Transit has recently installed new bus stop signs around town! Each new sign has color-coded numbers that display which routes serve each stop, as well as a unique stop code which you can enter on the homepage, your Transit app, or text (888) 497-4896 to receive real-time arrival estimates to your location!