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TARC unveils redesigned website

Posted on March 8, 2012

Visitors to Louisville, Ky.-based Transit Authority of River City’s website, www.ridetarc.org, will see a different look. The agency is unveiling a new website with several new features, including a scrolling news section; links to social media sites; and better overall visibility for users who want to access it at home, work or on their mobile devices.

“It’s been several years since we’ve redesigned our website, and it’s time to give it a newer and better look,” said J. Barry Barker, TARC’s executive director. “The new website doesn’t just look better, it functions better with some new features the public will really enjoy.”

Aside from the new look and feel, all of the features the public has come to depend on that were hosted on the old site will remain, including online trip planning software by Google Maps; forms to make a complaint about service or general comments about TARC; the ability to purchase tickets and passes online; and information about TARC3 paratransit services.

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