December 6, 2012
The North County Connectors will offer bus service to many communities that have never had transit service before. Since the routes feature smaller buses that can divert up to three-fourths of a mile off of the regular route, a greater portion of the residents in those communities will be able to take advantage of the service.
September 9, 2010
Two new red and green buses designed to look like trolleys ride along four routes that include more than 100 designated stops, such as at hospitals, universities and shopping centers.
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