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March 25, 2013

Transit ridership down among Pa. town seniors

The County of Lackawanna Transit System agency provided 399,383 free rides to senior citizens in 2012 — 188,722 fewer than the preceding year, despite a statewide increase in the elderly population.


January 18, 2012

Pa. university students get free bus rides

In an effort to make it easier for students to get around on campus, the University of Scranton and Marywood University are paying Lackawanna County Transit an annual rate for the free service.


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