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Coast RTA bids farewell to over 15 aging buses

Coast RTA bus being loaded to be transported for crushing (Source: WMBF News) Coast RTA bus being loaded to be transported for crushing (Source: WMBF News)
Coast RTA bus being hauled off for crushing (Source: WMBF News) Coast RTA bus being hauled off for crushing (Source: WMBF News)
CONWAY, SC (WMBF) - The Coast RTA said farewell to more than 15 buses in its fleet during a private event at the Coast RTA Boneyard in Conway, on Wednesday morning, June 24, 2015, according to a news release from Coast RTA.

Don's Car Crushing, of Conway SC, hauled off the selected Coast RTA buses to be crushed for disposal.

Coast RTA is looking forward to having the extra space to welcome five buses arriving from Dallas, TX in July, according to a news release from Coast RTA.

The event was by invitation only and was not open to the public.

Coast RTA was founded in 1983 and has seven public transportation routes serving the Grand Strand, according to Coast RTA's website.

To learn more about Coast RTA, visit their website at www.coastrta.com or follow them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Coast-RTA/139273081953?sk=timeline.

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