Rollsigns from Cedar Rapids, IA
In recent history, transit in Cedar Rapids went by the name Easyrider previous to 1993, and ran under the city department
known as "Five Seasons Transportation and Parking". In 1993, the system changed its name to "EAGL" (Environmental
Alternative for a Greater Lifestyle) and redecorated their buses with an eagle head striped color scheme. This change
wasn't as successful for drawing ridership as the city had hoped. Later, when the city reorganized its departments, the
transit system became its own entity, and was once again renamed.

The current Cedar Rapids Transit, with a new CR Transit logo, operates 14 routes in the city, based
out of their Ground Transportation Center (GTC) downtown terminal.
This mylar front rollsign (left)
was designed for one of their
GMC RTS buses.

The rollsign is dated July 9,
1999 and has 26 exposures.

It's sign tag is shown below.
Cedar Rapids / Five Seasons Transportation & Parking "EAGL"
(Environmental Alternative for a Greater Lifestyle) GMC RTS #2,
displaying a rollsign similar to this one, is seen at the Ground
Transportation Center (downtown terminal) on July 5, 2007.

Photo by Brady Dormam from the Flickr account:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/bradydorman/sets/72157602297833903
Used with permission.
FIVE SEASONS CEDAR RAPIDS
P.O.NO.304883
ERT1000-MA FRONT
7/9/99 TRANSIGN
This mylar side rollsign (right)
was designed for one of their
GMC RTS buses.

The rollsign is dated April 19,
2001 and has 24 exposures.

It's sign tag is shown below.
CITY OF CEDAR RAPIDS
P.O.NO.1562
ERT1001-MA SIDE
4/19/01 TRANSIGN