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Second part of COLTS fare increase begins


July 02. 2013 1:07PM
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The County of Lackawanna Transit System (COLTS) implemented the second part of its fare increase July 1.


A one-way cash fare is now $1.75; a Day Pass is now $4; 31-day pass is $56; a 31-day student pass is $28; a JARC pass is now $28; a 10-ride adult pass is $15.75; a 10-ride student pass is $7.85; and a transfer is now 75 cents. Seniors ages 65 and older ride still free with a Senior ID Card.


A complete list of fares is listed on the COLTS’ Web site, www.coltsbus.com. COLTS’ staff were at the bus hub in the 100 block of Wyoming Avenue July 1 with schedules and applications for Senior ID Cards.


The #12 Jessup and the #52 Carbondale schedules have slight changes to their timetables and routes. The #34/35 Keyser Valley schedule has one change to its Saturday schedule — elimination of the former 5:18 p.m. final inbound trip.




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