WARNER ROBINS, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – Warner Robins Transit prepares to bring public transportation to urban Warner Robins and Houston County. It may also bring it to surrounding counties as well.
Currently, Warner Robins transit covers the north and south side of Warner Robins. They plan to add more.
CEO Spring Rosati explains that the population growth in Warner Robins calls for more public transportation.
“We started out with 35 stops. We’re up to 77 stops throughout the city. We take residents to doctors offices. We go to the hospital several times. And we also go to the hospital pavilion. We make stops at the recreation centers as well,” Rosati said.
The push to expand the Warner Robins Transit system to different areas in Houston County like Byron and Perry is being led by Rosati’s nonprofit organization.
Warner Robins Transit began operating in December 2015 with the help of a $70,000 federal grant.
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