Bus service expands throughout Erie County
Jan 7, 2013 at 8:13 AM
For less than $3, anyone can board a Sandusky Transit vehicle and zip to any destination in Erie County and as far east as Ohio 58 in Lorain. The one-way trip on the transit’s Demand Response offering includes curbside pickup, allowing people to call in and request a ride. A ride to and from any place in Sandusky is still $2.
The Demand Response program previously went to locations only in Sandusky, Huron and Perkins Township.
Now, for instance, people can dine at the Margaretta Township McDonald’s, pay $3 to travel 20 miles on a transit vehicle and chug a milkshake at the golden arches chain in Vermilion.
The expanded services to Demand Response comes after the Ohio Department of Transportation began overseeing Sandusky Transit services Tuesday.
Read more about the transit service in today's Register or e-paper