Changes made to transit routes

Published 9:59 am Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Kentucky River Foothills has made several adjustments to its Winchester-Clark County Transit Service route.

These changes are intended to provide enhanced access to necessary locations in Winchester and meet the rapidly-changing mobility demands of current and future riders.

On June 24, the Winchester-Clark County Transit Service schedule will begin a modified version of its long-standing route.

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The transit will remain at a 90-minute loop, but riders will notice a few stops on the schedule have been removed and replaced with new locations.

Stops removed from the schedule include:    


— Washington at Highland

Stops being added to the schedule include:    

— Dollar Tree

— Family Support Office

— Beacon of Hope

— Thoroughbred Plaza

Riders of the Winchester-Clark County Transit Service can board the bus at any of the stops for $1. Children age 8 and younger always ride free.

Courtesy of the Winchester-Clark County Bluegrass Community and Technical College campus, BCTC students with a valid ID may utilize the bus service at no cost.

Transit service stops include department and grocery stores, apartment communities, city and county offices, educational institutions, recreational destinations, and local businesses.

Riders can buy passes on the bus. Each pass is valid for one day only and may be used to get on and off the transit system an unlimited number of times throughout the day.