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Bus service means no more excuses for stranded workers

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Thanks to a new program, Lancaster County workers no longer will have an excuse for refusing to work odd hours. The Red Rose Transit Authority is trying to expand the number of low-income riders who use the company’s van service to get to and from work before or after regular bus hours.

Red Rose Transit’s executive director, David Kilmer, told the Central Pennsylvania Business Journal that employees could catch the van for $2.50. State and federal funds subsidize the program, which now serves about 200 riders.

Red Rose Transit wants more workers to take advantage of the program. To participate, employees must live within six miles of Lancaster and meet income guidelines.

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