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Human trafficking in the Central Valley, and across the nation, is on the rise. Increasingly traffickers are using public transit to transport victims. We’ve already taken initial steps to “put the brakes on human trafficking” on Turlock Transit in support of the U.S. Department of Transportation and Federal Transit Administration (FTA) initiative. We are working with Modesto Area Express - MAX, START,Without Permission, International Rescue Committee in Turlock/Modesto, and the Stanislaus Family Justice Center to deploy a comprehensive education, training, reporting and transportation program for bus drivers and dispatchers.
Effective Monday, May 20, 2019, and continuing until further notice, the City of Turlock's Development Services Department, which includes the Building, Engineering, Planning, and Transit Divisions, as well as the City's Housing Division, will have reduced customer service hours. The new hours will be Monday-Friday, 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m., excluding holidays.
This change does affect access to City transit administration staff at City Hall.
This change does not affect customer service hours at the Transit Center.
This change does not affect transit routes or services.