Shelter rehabilitation project begins

Beginning Wednesday, October 2, Omnitrans will begin repainting its shelters and benches as part of a shelter rehabilitation project. The project covers 365 bus shelters and 287 benches throughout the service area, and will take several weeks to complete.

The stops will remain open, but will be cordoned off with cones, caution tape and wet paint signs. Our drivers will be on the lookout for passengers at these zones, so please position yourself so you can be easily spotted.

We will begin the repainting with the Route 19 in Redlands and work towards Fontana, doing approximately 10 shelters a day. The four shelters at Redlands Mall will be the first to be completed. We anticipate working on a different route every couple of days.

3 responses to “Shelter rehabilitation project begins

  1. what color are they going to be

    • Juno Kughler Carlson

      The shelters are different colors in different cities. They will all be freshened up and repainted with whatever color they currently are.

  2. I know we don’t I want to encourage homeless people in our neighborhood,. But it’s a reality. And I hope that after the buses stop running. That you allow as many people as possible to collect shelter in the winter just have something about their head when it rains.

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