Bay Transit is pleased to announce that Bay Transit Operations Specialist Dina Cunningham has been selected as one of sixteen transit professionals from across Virginia to participate in the inaugural year of the Virginia Transit Association’s Leadership Institute (VTLI). VTLI is a groundbreaking program aimed at fostering the next generation of public transportation leaders in [...]
Bay Transit’s Michael Shackleford and David Fols Are 2022 Virginia Transit Association Award Winners For the third consecutive year, Bay Transit, the public transportation division of Bay Aging, was recognized with awards from the Virginia Transit Association (VTA). At the VTA’s 2022 Annual Conference & Bus Expo in Roanoke, VA, Bay Transit driver Michael [...]
(from left to right): Bay Aging board member Cynthia Talcott, the RCC’s President, Dr. Shannon Kennedy, and the RCC’s Vice President of College Advancement, Sarah Pope. Bay Transit, the public transportation division of Bay Aging, has received a $500 sponsorship donation from the Rappahannock Community College (RCC) Educational Foundation in support of the ‘Art in [...]
Winning artist received $700 first prize and their work is displayed on Bay Transit bus Bay Transit, the RAL Art Center, and Gander Design held the first ever ‘Art in Transit’ competition and exhibition this October to help commemorate Bay Transit’s 25th Anniversary. The award winners were recognized at the ‘Art in Transit’ Reception in Kilmarnock [...]
Richard Thomas, Richmond County Board Supervisor and owner of the Thomas Store, used his forklift to offload two new Bay Transit bus shelters yesterday. One of the bus shelters is being installed at the Thomas Store and the other will be installed in the parking lot at the Warsaw Village Shopping Center.
2020 Outstanding Community Program Award recognizes partnership with RCC (Urbanna, VA) – Bay Transit, the public transportation division of Bay Aging, has been recognized by the Virginia Transit Association (VTA) as the Outstanding Community Program Award winner for 2020. Bay Transit’s partnership with the Rappahannock Community College (RCC) Educational Foundation eliminated fares for all students […]
INCIDENT PREVENTION THROUGH TECHNOLOGY Bay Aging, through its Bay Transit Division provides thousands of rides a year throughout the Northern Neck, Middle Peninsula and beyond. The majority of its passengers are picked up and delivered to their homes in rural parts of the region 12 hours a day, 5 days a week. As you can […]