On September 21, 2018, local leaders, community members, and family/friends of Roger Fall gathered for a building dedication at the Roger K. Fall Transit Center. Transit Manager Wayne York welcomed attendees and acknowledged the efforts of the many individuals involved with the project, including Senior Civil Engineer and Project Manager Stephen Fremming. Mayor Gary Soiseth, StanCOG Executive Director Rosa De Leon Park, and Rep. Jeff Denham each spoke, addressing the importance of state and federal funding, as well as the value in transit and transportation projects. Transit Planner Scott Medeiros recounted memories recognizing the character and impact of Roger Fall within Turlock and presented a plaque of appreciation to Roger's widow, Denise, on behalf of the City. Lastly, Mayor Soiseth and Denise Fall unveiled the building plaque affixed to the building near the north entrance. To view event photos, keep reading.
Due to construction and road closures associated with the City of Turlock's West Main Street Rehabilitation project, Turlock Transit will be detouring Route 6 starting Monday, 9/24/18, and continuing through Monday, 10/1/18. Six bus stops along Route 6 will not be served during this time, while one stop will require passengers to arrive 10 minutes early. Passengers are encouraged to use the next nearest stop not impacted by this detour. A diagram is attached that shows the detour route and affected stops. Any questions or concerns can be directed to Turlock Transit at (209) 668-5600.
Due to the nature of construction, this detour may be extended, so your patience is appreciated. Updates will be posted to this website as they become available and notices will be posted on buses as well. Follow us on Facebook or Twitter for the latest updates.