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Weekday service on TheBus will move to a state holiday schedule, effective Wednesday at 12:01 a.m.

The state holiday schedule will replace the regular weekday schedule, while the Saturday and Sunday schedules will run as usual.

Mayor Caldwell said he considered TheBus and TheHandi-Van to be core services, along with sewer and water services, and garbage pickup, but that the city would be reducing services to provide it where necessary for essential workers.

Roger Morton, president and general manager of Oahu Transit Services, asked the public to use TheBus for essential trips only.

Ridership has dropped from 200,000 a day to 69,000, a 65% drop, according to Morton.

“On April 1, we will still provide 85% of all scheduled trips,” said Morton. “We believe this level of service will provide more than adequate service and also allow social distancing to be practiced on TheBus and vans.”

To get the latest schedule, visit or call 848-5555.

Riders can contact TheHandi-Van call center at 456-5555 to schedule a ride.

Updates to the city bus schedule can be found here.

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