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MOUNTAIN LINE TRANSIT CELEBRATES WEST VIRGINIA’S SESQUICENTENNIAL WITH $1.50 UNLIMITED RIDES

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MOUNTAIN LINE TRANSIT CELEBRATES WEST VIRGINIA’S SESQUICENTENNIAL WITH $1.50 UNLIMITED RIDES

MOUNTAIN LINE TRANSIT AUTHORITY

Press Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Date:          Wednesday 
June 12, 2013
Contact:    
David Bruffy, General Manager
Phone:      (304) 296-3680 

 

MOUNTAIN LINE TRANSIT CELEBRATES WEST VIRGINIA’S SESQUICENTENNIAL WITH $1.50 UNLIMITED RIDES

        MORGANTOWN, WVPublic transit systems around the state will offer riders some financial relief in honor of the state’s 150th birthday celebration by reducing their rates for a day.

Mountain Line Transit is offering $1.50 fares to ride unlimited all day on Thursday June 20, 2013 on any of the local routes.  Normal fare is 75 cents per trip.

During this special celebration, the Mountain Line Transit encourages everyone to take advantage of the reduced rates and hop a bus!

            West Virginians and visitors to our state depend on public transportation every day for work, business, recreation, shopping, and access to education or medical services. It enriches communities by providing safe, affordable transportation and is important to the economic vitality of the state. 

The state’s public transit ridership totaled seven million for the 2012 fiscal year.

 

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