Free South County Beach Bus service on Governor’s Bay Day, July 29

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The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) will waive the roundtrip fare on all service to South County Beaches on Rte. 66 (URI/Galilee) on Sunday, July 29, 2012 in celebration of the Governor’s Bay Day. Rte. 66 (URI/Galilee) also provides express service from Central Falls, Cranston, North Providence, Pawtucket, Providence and Woonsocket to Salty Brine, Roger Wheeler (Sand Hill Cove) and Scarborough State Beaches in South County.

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  1. But are the Governor’s increased beach fees still in effect? And if so, the beach fee increase should exceed the reduction in the $2.00 RIPTA cash fee (but who else but me pays the full $2.00 RIPTA cash fee? Everyone I see uses discounted or no-cost RIPTA passes). So what’s the point?

    I wonder whether RIPTA will release the ridership numbers for this special day. And who is paying for this RIPTA fee-waiver?

    Will the Governor and his family ride any of the buses? Somehow I doubt it.

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