People Mover Service Change

The Municipality of Anchorage Public Transportation Department has a service change scheduled for Monday, July 1, 2019.

The Public Transportation Department regularly revises routes and service to recognize changes in travel patterns, improve on-time performance and serve you better.

What's Changing?

All Routes

In order  to improve on-time performance and transfer opportunities, all routes will have new schedules effective Monday, July 1, 2019.

In addition, Sunday service will increase by one hour on all routes (except Routes 91 and 92) and there will be one weekend schedule, as opposed to Saturday and Sunday each having an individual schedule.

Route 40: Spenard/Airport

Weekday service will end at midnight. Currently, the Route 40 is the only route that operates until 2 AM. Route 40 will also operate as a loop, beginning and ending at the Downtown Transit Center. This will allow people coming and going to the airport to use any bus stop without having to re-board at the end of the trip when arriving at the south terminal bus stop.

Route 55: Lake Otis

Weekday service will increase to operate every 30 minutes instead of every 60 minutes. The Route 55 will also be extended to the Alaska Native Medical Center (ANMC) and begin servicing all bus stops on Providence Dr.

Route 65: Jewel Lake
Route 65 will be rerouted to service the Airport. It will no longer begin and end at the Spenard Rd. and Wisconsin St. intersection. Additionally, it will also operate as a loop, beginning and ending at the Dimond Transit Center. Similar to the Route 40 loop, this will allow people coming and going to the airport to use any bus stop without having to re-board at the end of the trip when arriving at the south terminal bus stop.

Route 91: Huffman

Six trips will be added during the weekday between 7:00 AM and 10:00 AM, as well as in the evening between 4:00 PM and 7:00 PM.

Other Changes

Routes 11, 21, 31, 41, 91 and 92

These routes are currently being operated by a contractor. Beginning July 1, 2019, they will be operated with bus operators employed by the Municipality of Anchorage, just like the frequent and standard routes. All routes will continue to be operated with the current size buses, except the Route 92. The two smaller buses on the Route 92 will be replaced with one larger 40' bus.

View the complete details of the Service Change in the Finalized 2019 Service Change Packet by clicking here.

Schedules and Maps


(Click on the map above for full size PDF)

Select a route below to view schedules and route maps going into effect 7/1/19.

Route 10 - Northern Lights
Route 11 - Fairview • Senior Center
Route 20 - Mountain View • UMed
Route 21 - Mountain View • Northway
Route 25 - Tudor
Route 30 - Debarr
Route 31 - Northeast
Route 35 - Arctic
Route 40 - Spenard • Airport
Route 41 - Government Hill
Route 55 - Lake Otis
Route 65 - Jewel Lake • Airport
Route 91 - Huffman
Route 92 - Eagle River

Other Materials

Route and schedule information can also be found in brochures on the buses, at Customer Service in the 2019-2020 Ride Guide, or by downloading the 2019-2020 Ride Guide here.

Public Involvement

We understand our service changes can impact your ride and value feedback from the community. The public comment period regarding the 2019 Service Change was held April 3, 2019 - April 20, 2019. The public was encouraged to participate and provide comments by attending public meetings, submitting them online, via mail, and by phone.

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