Stop Hopper transit service gets $50K boost from Degenstein Foundation

  • Date: 03/25/2024

Stop Hopper, a microtransit service pilot program launched by rabbittransit three years ago, has been awarded more than $50,000 by the Degenstein Foundation

The Stop Hopper program provides an on-demand shuttle service for customers to use and travel within the service zone boundaries.

This program provides free transportation for seniors with a registered free fare ID card, and $2 per one-way trip for everyone else. Children under 44 inches ride for free with a fare-paying adult.

Rabbittransit Executive Director Richard Farr revealed the grant during the Greater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce’s 16th annual Economic Forecast event. [Charles B. Degenstein established this charitable foundation to implement his life-long desire to improve the quality of people’s lives through support for organizations with clear statements of purpose, well-defined programs, and competent leadership.]

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