Chescobus has three routes in Chester County: SCCOOT, which travels from Oxford to Kennett Square, with limited service to West Chester; Coatesville Link, which travels from Coatesville to Parkesburg; and Evening LINK, which operates evenings from Coatesville to Exton Square Mall. State funding for Chescobus is provided by PennDOT and the majority of the local match from the Chester County Commissioners as well as municipal support.
CHESCOBUS STATUS UPDATES
Latest Status Updates:
6/25/20: SCCOOT Southbound Stop Change In effect for up two months beginning June 8.
State Street after S. Mill Street is closed due to bridge repair work.
Rather than a lengthy southbound detour, the La Communidad Hispana (LCH) Kennett Square stop and the New Garden Town Center stop will be switched.
The southbound SCCOOT will be stopping at New Garden Town Center BEFORE it stops at LCH.
Once the bus leaves LCH, it will continue southbound NOT stopping at the New Garden Town Center.
The northbound trip will not change.
6/25/20:There will be no LINK bus service on Saturday, July 4, 2020.
No hay autobus de LINK servicio Sabado 4 de Julio, 2020
6/25/20: Fare collection resumes MONDAY, JUNE 29th , 2020.
LINK $2.75 per trip
SCCOOT $2.50/$4.00 per trip
Riders are required to:
Have Exact Cash Fare or Current Pass
Follow Signs and Regulations
Be Aware of Bus Schedules
5/6/20: PASSENGERS MUST WEAR MASKS ON THE BUSES AT ALL TIMES (In keeping with the Governor’s “Universal Masking” requirements.) Thank you for your cooperation.
3/30/20: Evening LINK service (both weekday and Saturday) will be suspended indefinitely until further notice.
BUS PASSES & TICKETS
Bus passes and tickets can be used to travel on TMACC buses within Chester County.
TMACC operates two bus lines that serve parts of Chester County not covered by the regional transit agency, SEPTA.
The Coatesville Link serves the Coatesville, South Coatesville, and Parkesburg areas, with evening service between Coatesville, Thorndale, Downingtown, and Exton.
The SCCOOT route serves southern Chester County, including Oxford, West Grove, Avondale, Kennett Square and West Chester.
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