Management & Operations

Annapolis Transit summer youth pass offers savings

Posted on May 30, 2003

Annapolis (Md.) Transit, in partnership with WNAV 1430, is providing a Summer Youth Pass to give teenagers unlimited access by bus or trolley to their favorite places such as movie theaters and shopping malls. The pass program, which begins July 1 and ends August 31, provides a safe, convenient and reliable way for 12 to 18 year-olds to get around without having to rely on their parents. The Summer Youth Pass costs $25.00, a substantial discount compared to two months of unlimited adult bus passes, which costs $160.00. Passes are good for unlimited Annapolis Transit bus or trolley service seven days a week. For more information on the Summer Youth Pass, contact Annapolis Transit 410/263-7964 xt. 107, or visit online at www.annapolis.gov/transport

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