Salisbury Transit celebrates September’s Go Transit Month with a theme of “Safe. Clean. Transit.” Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, Transit remains committed to creating a safe environment for its drivers and riders.
The City of Salisbury has been awarded the North Carolina Department of Labor (NCDOL) Certificate of Safety Achievement Second Consecutive Year Gold award.
The City of Salisbury will operate on a limited schedule for the Labor Day holiday, Monday, Sept. 6.
The City of Salisbury Transit has resumed regular bus service schedules on its ADA Paratransit and regular fixed routes. Regular transit riders were notified of the service change previously.
Ella Casey is a transit operator and ADA dispatcher for the City of Salisbury Transit Department. In her role, Ella transports clients to designated sites, collects fares, and conducts pre-trip and post-trip inspection of vehicles to ensure people get where they are going safely. She also provides paratransit dispatching and routing service to senior, disabled individuals certified under the American with Disabilities Act.
The City of Salisbury will operate on the following schedule for Monday, July 5, in observance of Independence Day:
Beginning Tuesday, July 6, the City of Salisbury will resume normal operations by re-opening its public buildings such as City Hall, City Office Building, the Salisbury Police Department front lobby, the Customer Service Center, and all Parks and Recreation facilities, per staffing availability.
Salisbury Transit Director Rodney Harrison has received the Board Leadership Award from the North Carolina Public Transportation Association.
The City of Salisbury will operate on a limiuted schedule for the Memorial Day holiday, Monday, May 31.
The City of Salisbury will operate on a limited schedule in observance of Good Friday, Friday, April 2.