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City of Asheville to resume charging at its parking garages with installation of new equipment

  The City of Asheville’s Parking Services Division is excited to announce the launch of new parking equipment in each of our four parking garages. Parking in the garages has been free while old equipment has been removed, and replaced with new.   The tentative launch dates for the new equipment are as follows for each parking garage: November [...]

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Asheville Rides Transit announces schedules improvements

Asheville Rides Transit (ART) is making some minor schedule changes, aimed to improve reliability for riders by reducing early and late trips. Starting Oct. 31, eight routes will have schedule changes. The table below shows which routes will have changes, with links to the updated schedule included:   October 31, 2021 Schedule Improvements ROUTE SCHEDULE LINK CHANGES? N1 Map Yes N2

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Asheville City Council accepts money donated for bus shelter by two civic organizations

  Civic partners have stepped up to provide funding for a new bus shelter — $5,000 in contributions — accepted in a budget amendment by Asheville City Council during their October 12 meeting.   The Transportation Department has been working with these community organizations to provide donations to install standard bus shelters along Asheville Rides Transit bus routes.   The [...]