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RCT To Provide Night Bus Service To OSU-M And NCSC
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  Originally Published on: 8/18/2014

Richland County Transit officials say they're looking forward to a new school year and providing night time service for Ohio State University-Mansfield and North Central State College students. RCT Fiscal Officer Kathy Adams says a new service will run to and from campus with the opening of the Buckeye Village Apartments on Lexington-Springmill Road, providing evening service. Adams says eventually, when footpaths and sidewalks are installed at Buckeye Village, bus service will run to that location but until then, bus service will run from the bus shelter at the campus back to Buckeye Village and Molyet Village at seven, seven-thirty and eight p.m Adams says the evening service is set to begin on Wednesday, August 27.

   
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