It has been a busy year for Community Transit of United Community Action Partnership (UCAP). After five years of expanding services, Community Transit became an eight-county public transit system at the start of 2018. Now, the work to create more seamless travel for residents has begun. The first part of that effort will be in effect soon. New fare rates begin on January 1, 2019. “We are very excited to be bringing all eight counties under one fare rate,” said UCAP Transportation Director
Archives for December 2018
Today, Friday, December 28, UCAP is experiencing some closings due to weather. Read more below. Marshall Corporate office will be opening at noon. Community Transit will not have buses running in Lincoln County. Lyon, Murray, Pipestone and Redwood counties are restricted to in-town Marshall, Pipestone, Slayton and Redwood Falls only. In all other cities and counties, there may be limited travel until all roads and parking lots are plowed. No Blue Route in Marshall.