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Because of the closure of pass outlets, all River Valley Metro services will be free for the duration of the governor’s executive order.

Daily Journal staff reports

As public transportation is considered an essential service under Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s “stay at home” order, River Valley Metro will continue to operate. The order allows for travel for essential activities, such as travel to and from work, the grocery store, medical services and more. Riders are asked to refrain from using any River Valley Metro Services for prohibited travel.

You can find a complete list of allowed usage at rivervalleymetro.com.

While the bus service continues, the Metro Centre in Bourbonnais is now closed to the public and will be reopened when the executive order expires.

Because of the closure of pass outlets, all River Valley Metro services will be free for the duration of the governor’s executive order.

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