After a few setbacks from Tropical Storm Debby, Pinellas and Hillsborough counties' bus systems were back to normal early Wednesday.
All routes have been restored to normal schedules, said Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority spokesman Bob Lasher.
Officials warned riders to be mindful of certain low-lying areas in Pass-a-Grille Beach, the Tarpon Springs Sponge Docks and Coffee Pot Bayou in St. Petersburg.
"If there is any more flooding due to the high tide then there will be some delays," Lasher said.
Several of the agency's 40 routes were detoured after Debby's flooded streets earlier this week. Route 66 was the final transit line with a detour.
In Hillsborough County, some flooding caused minor delays in the beginning of the week but everything was back to normal, said Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority spokeswoman Marcia Mejia.
Delays began Sunday night and all bus routes were back on schedule Tuesday, Mejia said.
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