K-12 Student Summer Bus Pass provides freedom and independence

April 11, 2019

Riding the bus is a great way to get around Lawrence, and the K-12 Summer Bus Pass is a fun, easy and low-cost way for students to get to all of their summer activities.

Lawrence Transit can provide transportation for students to places such as the pool, library, shopping and recreation areas. Since the K-12 Student Summer Bus Pass can be used on any bus route within Lawrence, it makes it very easy to get anywhere in town.

“Getting around town using the bus means freedom and independence for K-12 students,” said Robert Nugent, transit administrator. “We find that many students become proficient at navigating the transit system in Lawrence during the summer and will continue to ride the bus during the school year.”

The K-12 Summer Bus Pass goes on sale April 15th and can be purchased at The Merc and any Dillons or Hy-Vee store in Lawrence. They can also be purchased at City Hall and Parks and Recreation facilities (Indoor Aquatic Center, Holcom, East Lawrence, Community Building and Sports Pavilion.)

The bus pass is good from May through August 2019 and costs $10.00 for unlimited bus rides.