Can Help You Plan Your Next Trip!
TransIT Again Honored by the Transportation Association of Maryland as Best Large Fixed Route System for 2013!
At an awards luncheon on December 4th, TransIT Services of Frederick County was named Maryland's Best Larged Fixed Route System for 2013. Additionally, TransIT-plus driver Ray Milburn was named Maryland's Para-transit Driver of the Year for 2013. We are proud to serve you and look forward to another award-winning year!
Guaranteed Ride Home Covers All
Commuter Bus Riders!
Holiday time can be a busy time for many businesses, and with Commuter Bus service ending in the early evening, it's comforting to know that you can always get home easily and safely in case of unexpected overtime. The Guaranteed Ride Home program provides up to four free rides per year for commuters who need transportation home in case of unexpected emergencies. This can include personal illness, family emergencies or unscheduled overtime. Anyone who bikes, walks, takes transit or rides in a carpool or vanpool at least twice a week is eligible. You must register first, but the few minutes it takes to apply online can mean a year's worth of peace of mind! For more information, go to www.commuterconnections.org or call 800-745-RIDE (7433).
"Road to Travel Independence Video" Still a Valuable Tool For Anyone Wanting to Learn How to Use TransIT System!
This video, produced in 2010 in collaboration with The Way Station, remains a wonderful tutorial regarding how to use the Connector and Shuttle maps and schedules to plan trips on TransIT. In just over ten minutes, you can learn how to leave your car behind and let us get you where you need to go!
TransIT Services of Frederick County provides:
TransIT Services of Frederick County is committed to ensuring that no person is excluded from participation in or denied the benefits of its transit services on the basis of race, color or national origin, as protected by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
If you believe you have been subjected to discrimination under Title VI based on your race, color, national origin, or any aspect of this policy, you may file a complaint up to 180 days from the date of the alleged discrimination.