iTransit… and Trolley Tours!

i   Historic Trolley Tour Launches Season BWAT’s historic trolley tour has started its new summer season, offering an overview of local history aboard an old-time trolley vehicle for only ten cents. The trolley’s popular one-hour tour includes a swing by various local points of interest, including museums, churches, beaches, the Fort Gratiot Lighthouse, and […]

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Dump the Pump Day … Ride FREE on June 20th!

It’s A Great Day to Try Transit: FREE Bus Fares on Thursday June 20th! If you’d like to try riding our buses, why not ride on Thursday, June 20, when BWAT fares will all be FREE to celebrate national “Dump the Pump Day?”  The American Public Transportation Association introduced the day eight years ago to […]

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Summertime & Tourists

S-U-M-M-E-R-T-I-M-E… and the Riding is E-A-S-Y More Summertime Tourists Expected To Ride City Transit This Year ! Among the growing number of Americans who will vacation in a city this summer, more than half will use public transportation. Millenials (ages 18-24) will lead the way in order to avoid searching for parking (73%), spending money […]

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Mobile Mural & Real Estate Findings

Mobile Mural Will Go ‘Round the Town for a Year In Chapel Hill, North Carolina, local artist Mary Carter Taub created “Mobile Mural” out of brightly colored vinyl wrapped around an in-service bus. Taub’s collage is part of a year-long celebration of public art sponsored by the Chapel Hill Downtown Partnership, which is working to […]

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Auggie Bus and Dispatch Project…

          Auggie Bus of the Future: Electric with Wireless Charge Wireless power transfer is coming to public transit with the introduction of the first-of-a-kind electric bus. It’s a product of the engineering and scientific team at Utah State University’s Research Foundation. In a World Future Society blog post earlier this year, Ken […]

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