TCAT to Operate Full Service Tuesday
For Immediate Release: Oct. 30, 2012
All bus routes are operating as normal on Tuesday as Tompkins County has been thankfully spared the worst of Hurricane (or Super Storm) Sandy.
TCAT’s operations team will continue to monitor roadways throughout the day and will keep passengers up to date if there are any changes via website, www.tcatbus.com, local news media, Twitter: TCATrides and Facebook: EverythingTCAT. Passengers can also call (607) 277‑RIDE, but are asked for their patience due to a high volume of phone calls.
TCAT offers its appreciation to the county and city officials for all their hard work overnight in monitoring the storm and keeping the public abreast of its path and magnitude.
TCAT, Inc. (Tompkins Consolidated Area Transit, Inc.) is a not-for-profit corporation that provides public transportation for Tompkins County. TCAT’s annual ridership is at nearly 4 million, covering a distance of about 1.7 million miles. The fleet of approximately 55 buses currently includes 8 hybrid electric-diesel buses. TCAT also offers complementary ADA Paratransit services called Gadabout. For more information about TCAT, please visit www.tcatbus.com or call (607) 277-RIDE. Twitter: TCATrides. Facebook: EverythingTCAT.