County of Lebanon Transit

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Operating Name Lebanon Transit
Offices and Garage 200 Willow Street
Lebanon, PA 17046
Area Served City of Lebanon, and surrounding Lebanon County.
Fleet Size (appr.) 18 (fixed route)
14 (paratransit)
Employees (appr.) 44 (full-time)
6 (part-time)
Website Official Site

The County of Lebanon Transit Authority (previously COLT, now Lebanon Transit or LT) is the transit operator for the city of Lebanon and Lebanon County in Pennsylvania.

Routes

  • Route 1: serving Lebanon Valley Mall, Weis Market, Lebanon Plaza, K-Mart, Cedar Crest Square, Manor Care, Quentin Circle, Norman Dr., Cornwall Rd.
  • Route 2: serving 8th St., Maple St., Weavertown Terrace, Wal-Mart, Lebanon Village, Lehman St.
  • Route 3: serving Webster Manor, TownHouse Apts., Alley Blind Center, Brookside Apartments, N. 10th Street.
  • Route 4: serving East Lebanon Area, Good Samaritan Hospital, Giant Food's, Wal-Mart.
  • Route 6: serving South 8th St. (GSH Dialysis), VA Medical Center, South Hills Park, Locust St., Good Samaritan Hospital.
  • Route 8: serving West Lebanon County, Cleona, Annville, Palmyra, and selected Hershey areas.
  • Route 16: serving Lebanon, Cleona, Annville, Palmyra, Hershey, HersheyPark, Grantville & Hollywood Casino.
  • Route 22: serving Harrisburg (via US 22 or US 422).
  • Route SP: serving Park City Mall (Saturday only).
  • Route PR: serving Park & Ride, Giant and Walmart.

Connecting services

Lebanon Transit (Commute King) buses connect with Capital Area Transit, and Rabbit Express, in downtown Harrisburg.

Additionally, connections are available on weekdays and Saturdays in Hershey to Capital Area Transit on its route 322, and Saturdays at Park City Mall to Red Rose Transit Authority buses.

Berks Area Regional Transportation Authority agreement

On September 9, 2013, LT implemented a pilot service with the Berks Area Regional Transportation Authority, in which a new regional service would be offered linking Reading, Lebanon, Hershey and Harrisburg. The service would use both BARTA and LT buses over the length of the route, and times would be coordinated if a transfer would be necessary between the two agency's buses. The service is expected to be run for a reasonable trial time period, and expanded if found to be adequately patronized. Service was eliminated January 31, 2014 due to low ridership.

All-Time Roster

Active

Wc15.JPG - All service is ADA accessible, utilizing wheelchair lifts or ramps.
Bicycle icon.png - Designated buses offer bike-racks on exterior front of coach.
Wifi-logo.png - Designated buses offer Wi-Fi capabilities.

Fleet Number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes
400 Gillig Phantom 30'
401 Gillig Phantom 30'
402 Gillig Phantom
403-404 2007 Gillig Low Floor 29'
(G27E102R2)
Cummins ISL
405 2007 Gillig Low Floor HEV 29'
(G30E102R2)
Cummins ISB
406-407 2008 Gillig Low Floor 29' Cummins ISL
408 2009 Gillig Low Floor 30'
409
  • Used on Lebanon/Harrisburg "Commute King" service.
  • Bus involved in accident 8/18/16[1]
501-502
Bicycle rack equipped route Wifi-logo.png
2010 Gillig Low Floor
  • Used on Lebanon/Harrisburg "Commute King" service.
503
Bicycle rack equipped route Wifi-logo.png
2007 Gillig BRT 40' Cummins ISM Voith D864.5
  • Ex-FREX F0704; bought in 2010.
  • Used on Lebanon/Harrisburg "Commute King" service.
  • VIN # 15GGB271971078955
600 Gillig Low Floor 30'
601-603 2012 Gillig Low Floor HEV 29' Cummins ISB6.7
701-?
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20?? Gillig BRT [2]

Inactive

Fleet Number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes
106 1966 GMC SDM-5302
206, 207, 210 Blue Bird ?

Lebanon Transit Paratransit

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