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Connect-a-Ride is a bus service currently serving the greater Wikipedia:Laurel, Maryland area and is operated by the Corridor Transportation Corporation (CTC), a Veolia Transport company, the same contractor that operates THE BUS.

Bus ServicesEdit

CTC runs the following routes under the "Connect-a-Ride" brand:

  • Route A: South Laurel
  • Route B: Maryland City
  • Route C: Whiskey Bottom
  • Route D: Burtonsville
  • Route E: Columbia
  • Route F: NSA
  • Route G: College Park
  • Route H: Greenbelt (Sat. Only)
  • Route J: Glen Burnie
  • Route K: Arundel Mills/Odenton
  • Route M: Piney Orchard/MD 170 Shuttle
  • Laurel Sunday A/B Shuttle
  • Laurel Sunday C/E Shuttle

External linksEdit

Washington, D.C. metropolitan area bus systems
Metrobus — District of Columbia: DC Circulator
Maryland: The Bus · Ride On · Connect-a-Ride
Virginia: ART · CUE · DASH · Fairfax Connector · GEORGE · PRTC

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