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Santa Monica’s Big Blue Bus To Run On Sunday Schedule New Year’s Day:

Santa Monica’s Big Blue Bus reminds passengers it will operate on a Sunday schedule on New Year’s Day this Tuesday.

Routes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 12, 14, and Rapid 10 will operate on a Sunday schedule. All other routes will NOT be in service.

There will be no service on Route 6 until Jan. 2.

For UCLA Riders, Hilgard Terminal will remain closed until Jan. 2 at 7 a.m.

This means Routes 1, 2, 3, 8, and 12 that usually use UCLA’s Hilgard Terminal will use the alternate stops listed below. Note Rapid 12 will continue regular service to and from Ackerman Terminal.

Riding towards UCLA can board/disembark on Westwood Blvd. at Weyburn Ave. or on Charles E. Young Dr. between Westholme Ave. and Manning Ave. Please note the following stop closures:

— Stop on Westwood Blvd. at Le Conte Ave.

— Stop on Le Conte Ave. at Tiverton Dr.

— Stops on Hilgard Ave. at Le Conte Ave., Manning Ave. and Westholme Ave.

— Hilgard Terminal

Riding towards Santa Monica can board/disembark on Charles E. Young Dr. between Westholme Ave. and Manning Ave. or on Westwood Blvd. at Weyburn Ave. Please note the following stop closures:

Hilgard Terminal

— Stops on Hilgard Ave. at Westholme Ave. and Manning Ave.

— Stops on Le Conte Ave. at Hilgard Ave. and Tiverton Dr.

The Transit Store and Customer Service holiday hours on New Year’s Eve will be 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Both will close on New Year’s Day.

For assistance planning your trip around these temporary service changes, call Customer Service at 310.451.5444.

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