Keeping up to speed with rabbittransit!

Adams County Human Services Building - New Stop!   
rabbittransit extended its Gettysburg fixed route service, Freedom Transit, to connect with the new Adams County Human Services building at 525 Boyds School Road. As of Tuesday, March 21, 2017, the Blue Line makes three additional trips to this location including 7:45AM, 10:45AM and 2:15PM. Other locations available along the route  include Misty Ridge Terrace, HACC and Weis. Click here for the new schedule. 

A big thanks to our community partners who journeyed on the i naugural ride! Pictured (Left to Right): Richard Farr, rabbittransit Executive Director; Randy Phiel, Adams County Chairman Commissioner; Jennifer Eckerson, PA Interfaith Community Programs; Jim Martin, Adams County Commissioner; Marty Qually, Adams County Commissioner; Ken Bowers, Misty Ridge Terrace Resident; Phil Cosden, Turning Point Interfaith Mission. 
Shared Ride - Community Materials  
rabbittransit, along with its partners, has begun a journey to begin defining transportation barriers and identifying solutions. We have heard time and time again that access to healthcare is a big concern. Through this process, we also discovered that most healthcare professions have no knowledge of what transportation solutions currently exist.  The shared ride program is offered in every county in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.  It can be a real game changer for qualified individuals. Click here to download the Shared Ride Awareness Flyer.  
Automated Phone System Update  
Paratransit riders have been experiencing difficulty in receiving an advance phone call with a pick-up time from our automated phone system. We have been documenting and tracking the challenges reported to us. We are in constant contact with the vendor responsible for the IVR technology, and PennDOT, who are continuing to work on finding a solution to this frustrating situation. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience.  

Be Sure to Be Seen! 

With the beginning of Daylight   Savings Time, be sure that we can see you at bus stops on dark mornings. It’s important that you make yourself visible to an approaching bus.Try these tips:  

  • Wear light-color clothing or reflector gear  
  • Signal your presence with a small blinking light, flashlight, or phone.  
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