Dial-A-Bus rebranded, expanded as Lebanon Inter-Neighborhood eXpress

Lebanon has rebranded its city buses and expanded service days and hours, and reach, in the last year.

House Bill 2017, Keep Oregon Moving, made a significant investment in transportation, including transit services.

As part of HB2017, the Statewide Transportation Improvement Fund provides a dedicated source of funding to expand public transportation services throughout Oregon.

Those funds enabled the city to add a scheduled loop route bus service last fall.

The city’s bus transit system, traditionally known as the “Dial-a-Bus,” also got a new name with the addition of the deviated fixed-route. In early November 2018, the city launched a community bus naming contest.

With over 150 names entered, the winning submission chosen by the City Council was LINX – Lebanon Inter-Neighborhood eXpress. Over the past few months, city transit buses have been rebranded with the LINX graphics.

Beginning Oct. 21, LINX expanded its services to operate Monday through Friday,  from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., and from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturdays.

In addition to extended service days and hours, the service area has been expanded to approximately three miles outside of city limits.

For updated information on bus stops and fares, go to www.LebanonOregon.gov/LINX.