City dedicates new Paso Express buses
Public invited to dedication of four new buses
The City of Paso Robles will be hosting a dedication for the four newly arrived Paso Express transit buses, on Tuesday the 21st of May, starting at 5:45 p.m. with the dedication at 6:45 p.m., at the Paso Robles City Hall. The public is invited to the dedication event.
The Paso Express is adding four new, International/El Dorado-brand buses to its fleet. The new buses will be used on local transit service and provide greater comfort and reliability to the riding public.
The buses have been purchased by the City primarily with funds from California’s “Proposition 1B” bond program, which funds transportation and transit. The official name of the program is the Public Transportation Modernization, Improvement and Service Enhancement Account program, or PTMISEA.
About the Paso Express: The City of Paso Robles began providing public transit service in 1990 with Dial-A-Ride service. Regular fixed-route service began in 1994. More information on the Paso Express and Dial-A-ride services is available at (805) 239-8747 or online at www.pasoexpress.com.