Buses in Lawrence will be free of charge on Election Day, the city announced on Tuesday.
The Jayhawks are set to face the Golden Eagles of Tennessee Tech Friday evening, and the city wants to help folks get to the game. Info + helpful game day links here.
It’s been a big week for Lawrence Transit. On Thursday, the city announced that passengers will ride fare-free in 2023; in addition, the city has received a grant to help pay for four new electric buses.
The Lawrence Public Library invites the community to come learn some new things on Saturday, June 25.
Masks will no longer be required for Lawrence Transit riders or employees following a federal judge’s ruling that suspends enforcement of a mask mandate on public transportation, the city announced Tuesday.
Anyone who needs a lift can hop on the T fare-free on Friday in celebration of Earth Day, the city announced Monday morning.
City of Lawrence transit staff members have published the final scenario of bus route redesigns, which include some Sunday service and improved access to grocery stores for those who live in underserved areas of town.
Riders of Lawrence Transit can now use an app to purchase bus passes.
Changes are coming to the way people get around town in Lawrence. City staff and steering committee members want to hear from the public about the future for pedestrians and transit riders.
A ribbon cutting Saturday morning will celebrate the students of Peaslee Tech who hand-built and installed new wooden bus shelters around town.
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