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Free Rides on Regional Try Transit Day April 20
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For Immediate Release


Free Rides on Regional Try Transit Day April 20

CHARLOTTE COUNTY, Fla. (April 11, 2018) – Charlotte County Transit will offer free rides April 20 as part of Regional Try Transit Day, a statewide initiative to promote public transit services. Everyone is invited to ride transit buses from 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. and experience the convenience and service provided. Every Charlotte County Transit rider on April 20 will receive 12 Transit Bucks good for a free ride any time.

For information and reservations, call Charlotte County Transit at 941-575-4000 and select option 1 or email transit@CharlotteCountyFL.gov.

Regional Try Transit Day is designed to promote local transit agencies, increase ridership and raise awareness of public transit and healthier lifestyles. The Florida Department of Transportation Commuter Services has created a trip tracker that gives transit users a chance to win prizes just for trying transit. Visit commuterservicesfl.com/information/trip-tracker to sign up and win.

Transit users are also encouraged to tag their photos and stories on social media. Visit www.facebook.com/CharlotteCountyTransit or www.facebook.com/CommuterServicesflorida to post transit photos on Facebook. To share your transit story on Twitter, visit twitter.com/commutersrvcsfl, and use the #TryTransitDay hash tag.

For information about Charlotte County Transit, go to www.CharlotteCountyFL.gov and click Public Transportation under Popular Links.


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