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RapidRide youth ridership numbers were up 3.8 percent in November.
RapidRide youth ridership numbers were up 3.8 percent in November.
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December 9, 2016

More Rapid City Students Utilize Free Public Transit

The number of Rapid City youth utilizing the RapidRide transit system increased by 3.8 percent in November, reports KOTA News. Nearly 8,000 trips were taken by youths last month, with as many as 500 passengers under the age of 18 utilizing the service each day.  

RapidRide’s total ridership also increased in November.  Total passenger trips increased by nearly ten percent last month when compared to November 2015.

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