Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan Congratulates Clarksville Transit System
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan is congratulating all of the employees of the Clarksville Transit System for their 25th Anniversary.
“CTS does a terrific job in helping thousands of people get to work, school, doctor’s appointments, meetings, shopping, you name it. Over the past 25 years, they have made countless contributions to our community and I want to thank and congratulate Director Jimmy Smith and all the wonderful CTS employees,” Mayor McMillan said.
CTS will celebrate with a ceremony Friday, June 1st, 2012 at the Transit Center at 1:00pm. The Mayor will attend the celebration and the public is invited and encouraged to attend. Additionally, all bus rides on Friday, June 1st, will cost only 25 cents in honor of CTS’ milestone and everyone can ride the bus for free on every Saturday in June.
The anniversary also coincides with the inaugural trip of the new Clarksville to Nashville commuter service. The first bus will leave from the Rossview Road Park-n-Ride at 5:52am with another leaving at 6:50am.
For more information about the commuter service, log on to rtarelaxandride.com or call MTA Customer Care at 615.862.5950.
“I am planning to ride the commuter bus on Monday, June 4th,” said Mayor McMillan. “I’m looking forward to it and believe this is a great opportunity for Clarksvillians who work in Nashville to make the commute more relaxing and less expensive.”
“I am very proud of CTS and the service it affords our citizens. CTS has a remarkable record of safety and a reputation for excellence in all they do,” said Mayor McMillan.