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Posted on: January 22, 2020

FRED Transit Relocation of Spotsylvania Avenue Transfer Point on Monday, January 27

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On Monday, January 27, 2020, FRED Transit relocated the Spotsylvania Avenue transfer point to its new location in the parking lot of Rappahannock Goodwill Industries (RGI) at 4701 Market Street. The new transfer facility will serve the following routes:

  • S1
  • S4
  • S5
  • F2
  • F3

Each route will continue to serve Stop 26 on Spotsylvania Avenue, but buses will no longer make transfers here.

To better serve customers, the new transfer point has a large shelter, benches, bike racks, solar lighting, and a trash receptacle. It is fully accessible.

The new transfer facility was completed in December 2019 with financial assistance from the Federal Transit Administration, the Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation and the City of Fredericksburg. It is built on land owned by RGI and Lakeside Conservancy, both of which generously provided easements.

For additional information, please contact Glenn Jenkins, Operations Manager, FRED Transit at 540-899-6939 x606.

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