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Coast RTA releases holiday season route schedule changes

CONWAY, SC (WMBF) - Coast RTA will make the following adjustments in its daily route schedule for the upcoming holiday season: no bus service will run on Thursday, November 26, Friday, December 25 and Friday, January 1. But, the daily bus schedule will resume on Friday, November 27, Saturday, December 26 and Saturday, January 2 respectively, according to a news release from Coast RTA.

Coast RTA administrative offices will also be closed the following days:

  • November 26
  • November 27
  • December 24
  • December 25
  • January 1

Regular business hours will resume on Monday, November 30; Monday, December 28, 2014 and Monday, January 4, 2016.

Coast RTA runs daily service in Horry and Georgetown Counties: No. 1 – Conway Circulator; No. 7 – Conway to Myrtle Beach and No. 7-Express; the No. 10 – Myrtle Beach Connector; the 15 North and 15 South, choice of routes along Ocean Boulevard from 82nd  Avenue North to Market Common; and, the 16 and 16 Express (Georgetown routes).

Coast RTA fixed routes are $1.50 per ride for adults, $.75 per ride for senior citizens/disabled citizens and free for children ages six and younger (three maximum). The Express Route fare from Georgetown is $2 per ride for adults and all transfers are $.25 each. Multiple ride passes are available for purchase at Coast RTA located at 1418 Third Avenue in Conway.

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