Central Midlands Regional Transit Authority
The Central Midlands Regional Transit Authority (also known as The COMET), is a public transportation agency based in Columbia, South Carolina.
|Area served||Richland County, South Carolina|
|Fleet size||40+ Transit buses
?? ADA/Flex transit cutaways
|Number of routes||27|
Created in 2002, the Central Midlands Regional Transit Authority is the successor to the South Carolina Electric & Gas Company (SCE&G), which had control over transit operations up until September 2002. For the next decade, the CMRTA would rely on the tax revenue of the citizens of its service area as well as the SCE&G to run. In 2013, CMRTA went under a rebranding and became The COMET.
3613 Lucius Rd, Columbia, SC 29201 - Administrative Office & Main Garage.
The Central Midlands Regional Transit Authority has 27 fixed-route services with several more special lines, such as a stadium express, a flex service, and a circulator route.
|318-325||2010||NFI||D35LFR||Cummins ISL9||Allison B400R||Sport rooftop HVAC units|
|701-723||2017||NFI||XD35||Cummins L9||Allison B400R|
|801-808||2017||NFI||XD40||Cummins L9||Allison B400R|
|(7 buses)||2008||NABI||40-LFW||Cummins ISL||Allison B400R5|
|201-207||2002||Blue Bird||CS 30'||Cummins ISC||Allison B400R||Retired in mid-2017.|
|301-317||2002||Blue Bird||CS 35'||Cummins ISC||Allison B400R||
|401-412||2002||Blue Bird||CS 39'||Cummins ISC||Allison B400R||Retired in mid-2017.|