“When you Ride Alone, you Ride with Hitler”
A brief history on ridesharing
When you think of the term, “ridesharing” you probably imagine the obvious: sharing a ride to conserve time and/or resources, mostly for travel to work. But have you considered how ridesharing came about? Why we still ride together now?
In 2011, two UC Berkeley researchers wrote a paper detailing the history of ridesharing, entitled “Ridesharing in North America: Past, Present & Future.” The work breaks ... read more
The ABCs of Transit: L is for Larry
Larry O’Brien, TransIT driver, has been working with the County for nearly two years and recently moved to historic Downtown Frederick. Larry uses alternative commute modes to get to his job at TransIT where he helps others do the same. We talked to Larry about the importance of alternate options in Frederick and how his life has changed since moving downtown.
What do you like most about working for transit?
Larry: I enjoy being able to bike ... read more
Way Off Broadway Dinner Theatre
The Way Off Broadway Dinner Theatre is one of the area’s premiere entertainment venues combining fine dining with outstanding live stage shows. The theatre provides an intimate setting where five Mainstage Broadway-style productions are produced each season. Plus, there are children’s matinees!
Learn More: www.wayoffbroadway.com
Fall Features: The Addams Family September 11- October 24
$44 includes dinner, the show ... read more
The ultimate goal of Frederick County TransIT is to create a convenient, safe and easy to use system for our passengers. The idea of having a service that is available to all citizens is especially relevant during the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The Act, written into law on July 26, 1990, celebrates “removing barriers and empowering people” and affects over 50 million people in the US. Since its inception, the percentage of buses that are accessible to people with ... read more