CONWAY, S.C. (WMBF) – Coast RTA’s evacuation services of Zone A will cease Wednesday night ahead of Hurricane Dorian.
Horry County Emergency Management Director Randy Webster announced during a media briefing that the services will stop at 6 p.m. Sept. 4.
Coast RTA previously said that on Wednesday all services would be suspended until further notice.
There are 18 designated hurricane evacuation bus stops/pick up locations served by Coast RTA in Horry County. Coast RTA has posted blue and white hurricane evacuation bus stop signs at each of the designated pick up locations.
The transit service will pick up residents waiting at these designated hurricane evacuation bus stops and transport them to an emergency shelter.
Coast RTA asks residents to limit belongings and bedding and limit luggage to one bag per person.
When the governor lifts the evacuation order and it has been deemed safe, Coast RTA said it will transport residents back tot hurricane evacuation bus stops.
Now is the time to download the WMBF News and Weather apps to keep you posted around the clock on changes with Hurricane Dorian. Our team will keep you posted on major changes and updates on the storm, news conferences, evacuation orders on the app. We will also send out push alerts with information that you need to know.
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