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CAPTIAL AREA TRANSIT CELEBRATES NATIONAL BIKE MONTH WITH A ‘SELFIE’ FREE-MONTHLY PASS DRAWING EVERY FRIDAY IN MAY
(Harrisburg) — Capital Area Transit (CAT) celebrates National Bike Month by awarding a free monthly pass each Friday in May to a bike-riding CAT bus passenger who emails a “selfie” photo of their bike and a CAT bus, to CAT … Continue reading
Capital Area Transit Public Outreach Scheduled for Carlisle Borough Next Week, for May Service Adjustments
(Harrisburg) — In advance of May transit service changes to the Carlisle Circulator and other routes serving the Borough, Capital Area Transit will hold four public outreach sessions in Carlisle Borough this week according to Robert Philbin, CAT spokesperson. “Service … Continue reading
CAT’S ‘BIKES ON BUSES’ MITIGATES TRAFFIC CONGESTION, REDUCES POLLUTION, INFRASTRUCTURE DEGRADATION, AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF CARS
(Harrisburg) – CAT’s Bikes on Buses program creates more opportunities for flexible transit use, contributes to the mitigation of traffic congestion, reduces environmental impacts while helping riders improve their health. “On average more than 1,000 cyclists a month ride a … Continue reading
http://cumberlink.com/content/tncms/live/ CARLISLE — Carlisle Mayor Tim Scott and Harrisburg Mayor Eric Papenfuse held a joint news conference Tuesday morning to announce a new bus route between the two cities that could boost regional economic development. According to Joyce Davis, director … Continue reading
(Harrisburg) – Capital Area Transit reports a 94% system-wide increase in bicycle riders on CAT buses in 2014. “We’ve seen significant increases in bikes on bus racks over the last year, with growth on just about every route in the … Continue reading