Ticket Giveaway! ART bus passes

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Asheville Redefines Transit is an inexpensive way to get around Asheville and the surrounding area. Public transportation can also help cut down on global pollutants. And use off the service is vital to large communities all over town. And the more people who use it, the better for the health of the system, so we are hooking up one lucky winner with a booklet of passes to ride the bus around town anytime. You’ll get 11 free rides to anywhere the bus goes, from Lakeshore to the airport; from Black Mountain to Deaverview; and everywhere in between.

For your chance to win a book of passes, comment below before midnight on Monday Feb. 27.

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7 thoughts on “Ticket Giveaway! ART bus passes

  1. SARA

    GO PUBLIC TRANSPORT – I HOPE WE CAN FIGURE OUT A WAY TO HAVE IT GROW IN AVL. I WILL SAY EVERY DRIVER I HAVE MET IS WONDERFUL! CHEERS.

  2. John Penley

    I only travel on ART. Don’t like pipelines Don’t buy gasoline.

  3. John

    Good article. Hopefully some of the suggestions from Just Economics will be implemented. But implementing all of them seems unlikely due to funding constraints.

  4. Abby

    It ( bus service )needs to grow/expand more than already has. It would be really nice if there was 24/7 bus service!!! I guess I won’t live to see that day :)
    Also, there used to be a route that went on Sweeten Creek Road right past the entrance to Given’s Estates. It would be nice if that route was brought back. Now, to get to Givens Estates you either have to walk from Rock Hill Road, which is quite a far distance to walk, or walk from the corner of Hendersonville & Gerber Roads which is a shorter distance to walk; but, still quite a distance!

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