rabbittransit provided more than 2.1 million trips in fiscal year 2011-2012, including fixed route service, commuter bus service to Harrisburg and Maryland and paratransit curb-to-curb service.
rabbittransit recognizes its essential role in the York community and works diligently to do its part in supporting local
goals for economic growth, quality of life, environmental improvements and energy conservation; and fiscal year 2005-
2006 was no exception.
Interest in public transportation is on the rise, spurred by rising gasoline prices, improved quality of life, economic opportunities and other factors. South Central Pennsylvania public transit is performing better than the national average with 470,000 more trips in 2006 than 2005 - an increase of 10.6%.
The 2007-2008 fiscal year was a time of dynamic change for rabbittransit. Record-high fuel costs and rising healthcare expenses proved to be challenging issues amidst increasing rider demand.
The 2008-2009 fiscal year began with a fare increase on the fixed route and rabbitEXPRESS commuter service, which
went into effect on July 1, 2008. More than 1.6 million trips were provided during fiscal year 2008-2009.
More than 1.6 million trips were provided during fiscal year 2009-2010. rabbittransit
continued transportation service for the first two months of the fiscal year, despite a
budget impasse, thanks in part to the continued cash flow from the transit trust fund
provided by Act 44. However, as the fiscal year progressed, transportation for the
Medical Assistance Transportation Program (MATP) was reduced to life-sustaining
service only in September 2009.
rabbittransit provided more than 1.7 million trips in the fiscal year 2010-2011, including fixed route service, commuter bus service to Harrisburg and Maryland, and paratransit curb-to-curb service.
rabbittransit provided more than 2.1 million trips in the fiscal year 2011-2012, including fixed route service, commuter bus service to Harrisburg and Maryland, and paratransit curb-to-curb service.