Metro Transit

Metro Transit may also refer to:

  • Madison Metro, serving Madison, Wisconsin

Other articles related to "metro transit, transit, metro":

Metro Transit Rolling Stock
... The opening of the Hiawatha Line in 2004 marked the beginning of Metro Transit's expansion into rail transit, 50 years after the last Twin Cities Rapid Transit streetcars were taken out ... Several new rail transit projects are either under construction or in planning stages, and more are expected to be explored in the near future ... Metro Transit will likely be acquiring a significant amount of rolling stock as these new projects move forward ...
Metro Transit (Halifax) - Bus Service - Fare Structure
... The Metro Transit fare structure can be found on the Metro Transit website ... Transfers are issued upon request on all Metro Transit buses and ferries ... also allows users to transfer to MetroLink and Community Transit buses at a reduced fare ...
Big Lake (Metro Transit Station)
... Cloud, stopping at the Metro Bus downtown transit center, St ... Cloud Metro Bus, rather than Metro Transit, so Metro Transit passes like the Go-To card cannot be used ...
Metro Transit (Halifax) - Transit Routes - Community Transit
... Metro Transit runs a Community Transit service, allowing residents in some suburban and rural communities access to the regular and express bus system operated by Metro Transit ... There are three Community Transit routes 400 Beaver Bank, offering weekday service between the new Sackville Terminal and Beaver Bank Villa in Beaver Bank via the Beaver Bank Road ... This route uses the same buses as the Metro X service does ...

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