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Bay Transit wins Virginia Transit Association award

Bay Transit, the public transportation division of Bay Aging, has been recognized by the Virginia Transit Association as its Outstanding Community Program Award winner for 2020.

Bay Transit’s partnership with the Rappahannock Community College Educational Foundation eliminated fares for all students riding to and from RCC’s campuses on Bay Transit. The initiative has been hailed by students and administrators as a “godsend.”

After launching the program in mid-January, Bay Transit’s RCC ridership increased 327 percent versus the same two-month period in 2019 (615 vs. 188).

“We are honored to be recognized by the VTA for outstanding community programs like our innovative partnership with RCC,” said Ken Pollock, director of Bay Transit. “As it did for so many people, communities and businesses, COVID-19 caused a sudden curtailment of life as we knew it.

“Yet the pandemic also afforded Bay Transit many new ways to help the communities that we serve,” he added.

“Whether Bay...

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