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Arcadia Transit Launches Expanded Shuttle Service

Post Date:06/16/2016 3:40 p.m.
Arcadia Transit introduced an expanded fixed-route, fixed-schedule shuttle service for use by all riders. With three shuttle lines in operation, Red, Green and Blue, Arcadia Transit is able to connect riders with some of Arcadia’s most popular destinations such as the Arcadia Gold Line Station, shopping and dining areas, entertainment venues, schools, and hospital and medical facilities. Arcadia Transit service map

Serving the community since 1975, Arcadia Transit has traditionally operated as a dial-a-ride service. However, to better meet the needs of residents, visitors, and businesses, Arcadia Transit has been enhanced by adding a fixed-route, fixed-schedule shuttle service for the general public while still maintaining a dial-a-ride service strictly for seniors and those with disabilities. This change in service provides more equitable access to transportation options throughout the City.

The addition of the shuttle service allows the general public to access Arcadia Transit, with fixed stops along the three shuttle lines at a cost of 50 cents per ride with one free transfer. Seniors and those with disabilities will be able to benefit from the dual systems, the traditional dial-a-ride, door to door service (50 cents per ride), or the shuttle service (free for seniors and disabled riders). To sign up as a senior or disabled rider, patrons will need to fill out a brief application form available here, Arcadia Community Center, Arcadia Library, Arcadia City Hall (Cashier), or by contacting the City at (626) 574-5490. Proof of eligibility will be required with registration.

Arcadia invites you to explore Arcadia on Arcadia Transit.


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