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Rabbit Transit (York)

York Adams Transportation Authority (Rabbit Transit)
Headquarters 1230 Roosevelt Avenue
Locale York, PA
Service area York County, Pennsylvania
Service type bus service, paratransit
Routes 15 regular
1 shuttle
2 connector
Fleet 80
Daily ridership 6,000

The York Adams Transit Authority, doing business as Rabbit Transit, is the mass transit service of York County, Pennsylvania. The agency currently operates 15 fixed routes within York County (12 in York and 3 in Hanover) and express bus routes from Gettysburg to Harrisburg and from York to Harrisburg and Towson, Maryland (connecting to the central light rail line of the Baltimore area's Maryland Transit Administration).

The agency, which has an annual ridership of 1.7 million, also provides paratransit services to the disabled, and a shared ride service.[1]

Rabbit Transit was formerly known as York County Transit Authority. The name was changed in 2000 in order to improve the agency's image.[2] The name is a play of "rapid transit", coincidentally echoing the same play-on-words that formed the basis of the cartoon, Rabbit Transit.


Rabbit Transit currently operates the following routes:

Route Number Route Name Places Served External links
1A West Manchester Mall York Crossing Weekend schedule
1BC York Mall/Galleria/Pleasant Acres Weekend schedule
2 North & South York via The Crossroads Weekend schedule
3 Northwest Plaza/York College/York Hospital Weekend schedule
4 Memorial Hospital/Queensgate Weekend schedule
5 West York/Haines Road Weekend schedule
6 North & South York via Pershing Street Weekend schedule
12 Wrightsville/Columbia Wrightsville Schedule (weekdays only)
13 Dover Schedule (weekdays only)
14EG Manchester Industrial Park Via George Street 14G schedule (peak hours)
14S Manchester Industrial Park Via Susquehanna Trail 14S schedule (weekdays)
15 Red Lion/Dallastown Schedule (weekdays only)
16 York to Hanover Schedule (weekdays only)
17 Shrewsbury/Downtown York Schedule (weekdays only)
21 Hanover/Homewood Weekend schedule
22 Hanover to Carlisle Weekend schedule
83N York to Harrisburg Schedule (weekdays only)
83S York to Northern Maryland Schedule (weekdays only)


During the late 2000s, Rabbit Transit has benefitted from high gas prices and has seen an increase in ridership.[3] Ridership in particular has risen on express routes, including the one operating between York and Harrisburg.[4]

On February 2, 2009, Rabbit Transit introduced a new line providing six trips each weekday between York and Towson, Maryland with connection to the Baltimore Light Rail at Timonium.[5]

On June 6, 2011, Rabbit Transit (in cooperation with the Adams County Transit Authority) began operating commuter service between Gettysburg and Harrisburg with a total of four round-trips daily. The route is designated "15N".[6]

See also

External links

  • Rabbit Transit homepage


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