On Tuesday, May 17, 2022, Bossier City Council members voted to move forward with a 6-month trial fixed-service bus route for South Bossier.

SporTran service in South Bossier begins Monday, June 13, and will run Monday through Friday each week. SporTran worked closely with the Bossier City Council over several months as the Council developed the trial route, which will include stops at Brookshires Grocery Arena, Ellis Pottery, the Plantation Plaza/Kroger shopping center, Parkway High School, and more.

Travel on all SporTran vehicles and services inside the Shreveport-Bossier City limits is free to the public for 2022 and 2023. The move to “Zero Fare” ridership was made possible by a federal grant, which will cover the fare cost of SporTran bus and OnDemand travel in the SporTran service area.

A complete map of stops along South Bossier Route #29 can be found HERE.

For more information, please contact Leslie Peck, Director of Marketing and Communications, at (318) 401-7169.

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