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Shore Transit Slogan We're Going Places Together! Parent Tri-County Council for the Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland Founded July 2009 Headquarters 799 N. Salisbury Blvd. Salisbury, MD (Future) 21901 Comtek Lane, Salisbury, MD Service area Somerset, Wicomico, and Worcester counties in Maryland Service type bus service Routes 12 Stops Over 200 Fleet 45 vehicles Annual ridership 370,861 (FY 2010)[1] Director Riggin Johnson Web site shoretransit.org Shore Transit is a commuter bus service on the Lower Eastern Shore of the state of Maryland in the United States, servicing Somerset, Wicomico, and Worcester counties. The company comes from the consolidation of Somerset Commuter, Worcester County Ride, and Wicomico Transit. A major transfer point is located in Salisbury, Maryland where most of the buses gather thirty minutes after every hour. Contents 1 Services 1.1 Commuter buses 1.2 Local buses (Salisbury) 1.3 Shore Ride 2 Fares 3 History 4 References Services Shore Transit has twelve bus lines through the three counties. They mostly operate on the major highways in the region: U.S. Route 13, U.S. Route 50, and U.S. Route 113. Shore Transit also has several transfer points or hubs to connect to other buses, either more of its services or to other transit agencies. Calvert Street In downtown Salisbury. All but one bus routes stop here at one point during the day, most of which meet thirty minutes after every hour. The Calvert Street hub also provides connections to Delmarva Community Transit, another commuter transit agency serving Dorchester County and is a partner of MUST, a collaborative group of public transit agencies on Maryland's Eastern Shore.[2] Ocean City Transfer Point Serves as a transfer point for Ocean City Transit and Shore Transit during the winter months. Served by Routes 431 and 451. West Ocean City Park and Ride Serves as a transfer point for Ocean City Transit and Shore Transit during the summer months. Served by Routes 431 and 451 Princess Anne Transfer Point Located at Somerset Plaza. Routes 111, 431, 451, 701 South, 701 North, and 703 serve this hub, and the buses usually gather on the hour. Westover Park and Ride Serves as a transfer point and is served by Routes 111 South, 431, 451, 701 North, 701 South, and 703. Commuter buses Route Number Route Name Notable stops Cities served Total trips Other notes Route 431 Salisbury–Ocean City–Pocomoke Wor-Wic Community College, Atlantic General Hospital, Berlin Wal-Mart, West Ocean City Park & Ride, Pocomoke Wal-Mart, Fruitland Wal-Mart. Salisbury Ocean City Pocomoke 9 trips Reverse loop of route 451 Route 451 Salisbury–Pocomoke–Ocean City Wor-Wic Community College, Atlantic General Hospital, Berlin Wal-Mart, West Ocean City Park & Ride, Pocomoke Wal-Mart, Fruitland Wal-Mart. Salisbury Pocomoke Ocean City 9 trips Reverse loop of route 431 Route 701 North Salisbury–Crisfield–Princess Anne McCready Memorial Hospital, Somerset County Library, and Crisfield High School. Salisbury Crisfield Princess Anne 10 trips total Reverse loop of route 701 South Route 701 South Salisbury–Princess Anne–Crisfield McCready Memorial Hospital, Somerset County Library, and Crisfield High School. Salisbury Princess Anne Crisfield 10 trips total Reverse loop of route 701 North Route 703 Salisbury–Crisfield–Princess Anne Fresh Pride Grocery Store, Crisfield High School, and UMES. Salisbury Crisfield Princess Anne 7 trips total Sunday only service Local buses (Salisbury) Route Number Route Name Notable stops Cities served Total trips Other notes Route 111 South Salisbury–Princess Anne–UMES University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Fruitland Walmart, andPocomoke Walmart. Salisbury and Princess Anne 16 trips Route 111 North Salisbury–Delmar The Centre at Salisbury and Salisbury Walmart Salisbury and Delmar 14 trips Route 121 Central Salisbury The Centre at Salisbury and Social Security Administration Salisbury 11 trips Route 131 Southeast Salisbury Gateway Village, One Stop Job Market, and Peninsula Regional Medical Center Salisbury 10 trips weekdays Route 141 East Salisbury–Wor-Wic One Stop Job Market, Wor-Wic Community College, and The Shoppes at Salisbury Salisbury 11 trips weekdays Route 151 South Salisbury–Fruitland Riverside Medical Center, Apple Drugs, and Milford Street Medical Centre Salisbury and Fruitland 11 trips weekdays Route 171 West Salisbury Pecan Square, Salisbury Plaza, Booth St, Village of Hope, West Rd., Jersey Rd. Salisbury 10 trips weekdays Shore Ride Shore Transit also offers a service to those who are not located close to the fixed routes. The service only allows those whose destinations are outside of a 3/4 mile distance of a fixed route stop to use it, and the requests for use must be phoned in.[3] Fares Fares one-way on any bus currently cost $3.00 and there are no transfer tickets. Senior fares are applicable for those over 62, and they are $1.50 one way. Children under 42 inches (110 cm) ride free. In July 2008, a seven-day pass was introduced for all riders. This pass is refillable over seven-day periods and can be filled for up to four weeks at a time; each seven-day period costs $25.00. History The Somerset Commuter originally began running in 1999 with a fare of $1.00, earning it the nickname "Dollar Bus" among users. This bus began in Crisfield and traveled north to the Centre at Salisbury.[citation needed] In October 2002 the Tri-County Council for the Lower Eastern Shore was approached by representatives from Somerset Commuter, Wicomico Transit, and Worcester County Ride, with the desire to merge the three public transit systems. As of July 2003 Wicomico Transit and Somerset Commuter merged to form Shore Transit. Worcester County Ride merged in July 2004. [4] Shore Transit continues to expand to this day. As a part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, Shore Transit received funding for eight new buses and a new building for its headquarters, which will be stationed near Wor-Wic.[5] References ^ Shore Transit Annual Statistics/Reports ^ "Delmarva Community Services, Inc. Opening doors to independent living!". 2009. http://www.dcsdct.org/dct.htm. Retrieved 2009-11-08.  ^ "Shore Ride & Shore Access". 2011. http://www.shoretransit.org/Paratransit/ShoreRideShoreAccess.aspx. Retrieved 2011-05-25.  ^ "Shore Transit History & Facts". 2011-05-25. http://www.shoretransit.org/AboutUs/HistoryFacts.aspx. Retrieved 2011-05-25.  ^ "Route 113 Dualization Phase Nearing Completion". 2011. http://friendsofmd.org/across-maryland/route-113-dualization-phase-nearing-completion. Retrieved 2010-02-27.