Officials to seek bids on Lincoln-Omaha commuter bus service
A state feasibility study has put the more than 15-year-old idea closer to getting the green light, project officials said Tuesday.
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — State officials will seek bids this spring from companies to run buses between Lincoln and Omaha, a service aimed at the thousands of people who commute between the cities daily.
The proposed route for Lincoln-to-Omaha commuters would begin at the Nebraska Innovation Campus, head to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s downtown campus, then to the StarTran Transfer Center before heading to park-and-ride sites at Gateway Mall and on North 84th Street before leaving for Omaha.