No Rabbit Transit service on July 4
- Transit service in York will end at 6 p.m. Sunday and resume at 5:30 a.m. Tuesday, officials said.
Rabbit Transit will not run Monday in observance of the Fourth of July holiday, according to a news release issued Tuesday.
Commuters scheduled to work over the upcoming holiday who rely on public transportation will have to find alternate means of travel as neither RabbitExpress nor fixed-route service will be in operation on Independence Day.
The last routes will run Sunday evening, and services will resume Tuesday morning, business development manager Jenna Reedy said.
"All of the routes, we have about 17 throughout the city, all run on different schedules," Reedy said.
"On Tuesday morning, some of our routes start as early as 5:30 a.m., some start at 6, some at 6:30 a.m.," Reedy said. "So it just depends on the route."
Rabbit Transit is a public transportation outfit that provides service daily to about 7,000 people across York, Adams, Columbia, Cumberland, Franklin and Northumberland counties, according to the release.