Salisbury Transit and Livingstone College will continue the partnership that offers enhanced, weekend transportation routes for students living on the main campus and at the new hospitality management campus on Jake Alexander Blvd. to allow for greater mobility for students throughout the City.
Salisbury Transit and Livingstone College created a partnership that would allow all Livingstone students, faculty and staff to ride the Weekend Express, as well as the Monday through Friday routes, for free. All that is required is a valid Livingstone ID. The city's TV show, Salisbury NOW, has provided a video explaining the services.
The Salisbury Transit System (STS) has developed an Adopt-A-Shelter program for local business and organizations. According to transit officials, the program is designed to allow businesses, individuals, community organizations and schools make a difference in their neighborhoods by reporting special maintenance needs, vandalism and/or suspicious activity at community bus shelters.
To accommodate the last minute shoppers, Salisbury Transit will run normal schedule including weekend express right up to December 23rd.
Transit would like to congratulate its own, Ella Casey. Ella took first place in the 2017 Fire and Ice chili cook off.
Salisbury Transit will cease fixed-route services Wednesday November 22, 2017 at 1:00 pm
for the Holiday Parade. We will resume service as soon as the parade is over.
There will be NO regular fixed-route bus service on Thursday, November 23, 2017
in observance of the Thanksgiving Day holiday.
Salisbury Transit is pleased to announce that rides will be free on all fixed routes for Election Day, Tuesday November 7th. Free rides will be offered from the beginning to the end of the service day on all buses, Salisbury Transit wants to help you get to your polling place. You do not need to show a pass in order to ride. Friday, Nov 10 the City of Salisbury will be observing Veterans Day and there will be NO bus service. In thanks to our Veterans, our Veterans will ride the bus FREE on Saturday, November 11th.
Salisbury, N.C., (Monday, Oct. 10, 2016) – Salisbury Transit won first place in the 2nd Annual North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) Performance Excellence Award, presented last month during the NCDOT Public Transit Division Conference in Winston-Salem.