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RIPTA to announce free Newport bus service

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The trolley service is being funded by Discover Newport and the Episcopal Diocese of Rhode Island. The service is only temporary, however, and will run through Oct. 31. It covers RIPTA's Route 67, which provides transportation to a number of the city's tourist destinations, and the recently-added Route 68.
1 month ago·Newport, United States

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RIPTA to announce free Newport bus service

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RIPTA to announce free Newport bus service

NEWPORT, R.I. (WPRI) — Getting around Newport will be cheaper starting this summer.Newport Mayor Jeanne-Marie Napolitano will join Rhode Island Public Transit Authority officials at 10:30 a.m. to announce a free "Hop-On Hop-Off" bus service around the city starting Friday.The service will offer rides around Newport to tourist destinations and beaches. It includes all service on Route 67 (Bellevue/Salve Regina University) and the new Route 68 (CC…

1 month ago·East Providence, United States
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RIPTA offers 'hop-on hop-off' bus service in Newport

NEWPORT, R.I. (WLNE) — Rhode Island Public Transit Authority is offering a new free “hop-on hop-off” bus service in Newport.The new service is set to launch Friday and provides transportation to tourist destinations and beaches. It will run until Halloween.Riders will be able to take either Route 67 or the new Route 68. Categories:Newport,News,Regional News,Rhode Island

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Newport and RIPTA to announce free 'Hop-on Hop-off' bus service

The City of Newport and the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority are set to launch a free “Hop-on Hop-off” bus service on Thursday. The service is set to start on Friday, May 27, and will offer transportation to tourist destinations and beaches in Newport. Service will be offered by Route 67 and Route 68. RELATED:Rhode Island to launch first COVID-19 test-to-treat site. It is set to run through October 31, 2022. A briefing on the service is set…

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