Posted On: February 7, 2019
Beginning Feb. 25, Votran will launch a new fixed route, Route 25, and implement changes to several other routes.
In celebration of the new route, a ribbon cutting will take place at 9 a.m. Monday, Feb. 25, at Deltona City Hall, 2345 Providence Blvd. Passengers who ride Route 25 on Feb. 25 will receive a complimentary one-day bus pass.
Route 25 will service Deltona and operate primarily in the Howland Boulevard corridor. The route will run from Dupont Lakes Shopping Center west to City Hall, to the Center at Deltona, to Halifax Health (Deltona) and Epic Theatres. Route 25 will provide connection service to Routes 21 and 22 at Deltona City Hall.
As with all new service launches, schedule times remain flexible. Riders are encouraged to visit Votran.org/ridertools for real-time bus tracking. Customer service staff is available to assist passengers with route information and assistance to complete their trips.
Routes 21 and 22 will no longer service the old Deltona Community Center, 980 Lakeshore Drive. The Routes 21 and 22 will still serve the Providence Boulevard corridor between Doyle Road and Lake Shore Drive. It will provide service to Enterprise by utilizing Lake Shore Drive, Main Street and Jacob Brock Avenue.
Routes 20, 21, 22 and 23 will no longer go in to Crown Center in Orange City. Instead, Routes 20 and 23 will stop on near the entrance on Enterprise Road. Routes 21 and 22 will go directly to Marketplace from Enterprise Road. All routes will continue to service the Marketplace connection point.
Votran riders are encouraged to plan trips in advance. Riders may learn more by visiting votran.org. The website provides up-to-date alerts and real-time bus tracking. It also offers downloadable information for the myStop mobile app for real-time bus information anywhere.