Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Kokomo’s free transit popular, expanding

Kokomo Perspective: News: "“It’s great to be able to extend Kokomo’s public transportation service and keep it free of charge at a time of ridership growth,” said Mayor Greg Goodnight. “The new trolleys and expanded routes connect more residential neighborhoods to our parks, schools, medical service facilities and shopping areas.”
In 1964, Kokomo discontinued its public bus system. In 2010, the City of Kokomo introduced the City-Line Trolley as free public transit, and the demand for its service has steadily increased."

1 comment:

  1. Denver has free continuous bus service on 16th Street open-air mall from one end of downtown to the other. Because of downtown layout, this affords transportation to most of downtown business district (although not to other parts of Denver).