(WHTM) — rabbittransit is offering the public a free ride to better appreciate the value of its services.
Monday kicks off “Rider Appreciation Week” and Rabbittransit promoted its cost-effective services.
Sixty-three percent of rabbitransit customers say they have no other means of transportation and utilizing public transit is the only way they can get to work and afford to live.
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“Transportation costs represent 12% of the average households for a family of four and 18% for a single adult,” said Christian Barber, United Way of the Capital Region community impact manager.
On Wednesday, May 3, rabbittransit will offer free rides in Dauphin, Cumberland, York, and Adams Counties.