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Rabbittransit introduces new service: Gettysburg-Hanover Connector

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rabbittransit, in partnership with @Home in Adams County, announces a new pilot program geared towards workforce development. The Gettysburg-Hanover Connector will launch Monday, February 8.

Ralph M. Serpe, President & CEO, Adams County Community Foundation said, “Transportation is one of three interdependent elements identified by the Adams County Community Foundation as essential to affordable living in our community. The Community Foundation’s three year @Home in Adams County initiative addresses affordable housing, economic development and transportation as equally crucial keys to family stability and economic sustainability. Our @Home partners support solutions that help residents find affordable transportation between home, work and school.”  

The Gettysburg-Hanover Connector is an addition to fixed route service connecting Gettysburg to New Oxford and Hanover. This service will operate on weekdays from 6am to 6pm with round trips traveling to and from the Gettysburg Transfer Center to downtown Hanover via Lincoln Highway (U.S. 30) and Carlisle Pike (PA 94) with destinations along the way every two hours. 

“Employers working in collaboration with transit is critical to the development of a model for a sustainable workforce solution. It is our mission to aid in the creation of such partnerships that advance mobility for our communities to thrive.  The Workforce Development Pilot Program is an example of such a partnership” said Richard Farr, Executive Director.

Hanover’s fixed route is comprised of 4 routes which are the 20N, 20S, 22N and 16.  The Gettysburg system is made up of the Blue Line, Gray Line, Lincoln Line and, seasonally, Gold Line. For more information on the Gettysburg-Hanover Connector, visit www.rabbittransit.org

rabbittransit, a regional public transportation provider, offers a variety of transportation services to the residents of Adams, Columbia, Cumberland, Franklin, Montour, Northumberland, Perry, Snyder, Union and York Counties. More than 8,000 people depend on rabbittransit each day to get to work, medical facilities, school and other life-sustaining activities. rabbittransit is dedicated to helping all residents in the region get to where they want to go. 

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