Bristol, Va. unveils new wrap design for transit bus

BRISTOL, Va. (WJHL) — The City of Bristol, Virginia unveiled a new look for one of its public transportation buses on Wednesday, which “cultivates a sense of identity and belonging for the riders,” according to city leaders.

A release from the city said the new wrap design highlights the Bristol Train Station and its history in the area.

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City leaders said they feel it’s crucial to connect the public transportation options within the city, and the perfect time to do so was provided as state and national discussions take place to bring passenger rail back to Bristol.

The city’s transit system offers a fixed-route service with numerous pickup and dropoff locations along the routes. The release said the city has three buses that operate five days a week. The city said all transit buses are ADA-accessible.

More information on the Bristol, Virginia Transit System can be found by calling (276)-645-7384.

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