Public Transit - Rover Bus System

Rover System Map Effective March 2020 - Final

CUSTOMER SERVICE CHANGES DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Public Transit is deemed an Essential Service by the Department of Homeland Security and as such Rover will continue normal operations with the bus service.  Monthly/weekly pass sales as well as bulk single ride ticket sales are suspended until further notice.  Cash and day passes along with all other onboard transactions will continue as normal.  Complimentary Paratransit questions and Eligibility applications will continue to be answered and processed.  Updates and Changes to both the fixed route and paratransit service will be posted to this page.


Purpose


The City of Murfreesboro Transportation Department is responsible for the administration and operation of public transportation service (Rover) within the City of Murfreesboro. It also works with and / or assists other regional providers with mobility issues.

Murfreesboro Rover Comprehensive Operation Analysis


Presented at the public meeting held November 14, 2017, at Patterson Park Community Center.  Click here to view the presentation.

Customer Satisfaction Survey


A copy of Rover's most recent customer satisfaction survey results are now available.

Important Points to Remember


  • All routes originate and transfer at the Rover Transit Center at the northeast corner of Walnut and Burton
  • Rover currently offers seven routes in the City of Murfreesboro (see map for route details)
  • Rover buses run Monday through Friday, five days a week, from 6 a.m. until 6 p.m.
  • Wait for the bus at the bus stop or anywhere along the route and flag down the driver as we make "courtesy stops"
  • Rover bus drivers try very hard to stay on schedule, so arrive at your stop a few minutes early
  • Check to be sure you are getting on the right bus before you board. Each bus shows its destination and route number above the front windshield
  • Every Rover bus has a bike rack
  • Every Rover bus is wheelchair-accessible