is a public transportation agency in Frederick County, Maryland
that is operated by the county government. The agency currently operates 14 bus routes
, mostly in the city of Frederick
, and provides connections to other public transportation services in the region, including the MTA Maryland's route 991
commuter bus and MARC Train
service. According to the agency's homepage, the service had approximately 650,000 boardings in 2006.
Transit Services is the result of merging the former Trans-Serve Frederick County shuttles and the Frederick City Transit lines.
Most bus routes operated by the agency operate Monday-Friday, and routes 10-60 also provide Saturday service. The agency does not operate any of its routes on Sunday. Most routes provide service once an hour during their hours of operation, which are usually from 6 AM to 9 PM on weekdays, and 7 AM to 9 PM on Saturdays.
Frederick City Transit operated three routes (red, white, and blue lines) in and around Frederick City, prior to the creation of TransIT. TransIT has grown to operate nine, main city connector routes (routes, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 65, 70, and 80 / operated with full size equipment). Transit has continued plans for route expansion and equipment acquisition.
The one-way fare on most buses is $1.10. Transfers are free, and most routes have timed transfers with other routes at the agency's central hub, the TransIT Service Center, which is at the city's rail station.
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