National Dump and Pump Day

Published by The Bee News

June 9, 2022

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Bullhead Area Transit System is happy to announce that we will be celebrating National Dump the Pump Day in Bullhead City on Thursday, June 16, 2022!

This year marks the 17th Annual National Dump the Pump Day as a day that encourages people to ride public transportation to save money, help protect the environment, reduce our dependence on foreign oil, and improve the quality of life for all Americans.

According to the American Public Transportation Association, for every $1 invested in public transportation, $4 is generated in economic returns. Additionally, people who ride public transportation can save, on average, more than $10,000 per year, based on today’s gas prices and the cost of owning a car.

To help celebrate, Bullhead Area Transit System will be having a Free Ride Day on June 16th. All day long, passengers will be treated to free rides throughout Bullhead City on the Red, Blue, Green, and Orange fixed routes, the pre-qualified Dial-A-Ride paratransit service, and the Senior Transportation service. This is a fantastic opportunity for both new and long time riders to use services, for free, and take advantage of our City’s fantastic public transit system.

Anyone seeking more information regarding the National Dump the Pump Free Ride Day or information on the passenger services can contact the Bullhead Area Transit System dispatch office at (928) 704-2287. We hope everyone can come out, show support, and Dump the Pump!

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