UPDATE:Charlottesville Area Transit's Real-time Info Back in Service

March 13, 2014


Officials say Wednesday night's winds disrupted communication services with Charlottesville Area Transit's (CAT) automatic vehicle locator (AVL) radio towers.

As a result, passengers were not be unable to obtain real-time arrival information. This affected CAT's mobile app, AVL telephone line (244-5180), and AVL's portion of CAT's website.

Officials say service was restored shortly before 11:30 a.m. Thursday.

During outages, CAT encourages it's passengers to use printed Rider's Guides, bus stop signs, and CAT's online schedules.

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