ECAT Adds New Services For Century And Molino, Including Saturday Bus

January 9, 2008


The Escambia County Area Transit system (ECAT) has added new stops in Century and Molino effective this week. The new service will includ a new Saturday bus.

A new midday bus now runs Monday through Friday in addition to morning and afternoon service. ECAT has also added new Saturday bus.

The new midday bus on Route 60 begins Monday through Friday at the ECAT transfer center at 11:30. Headed north, it stops at Highway 29 and 9 Mile Road at 11:50, Highway 29 and Highway 95A in Cantonment at 12:03, Highway 20 and Highway 95A in Molino at 12:17 and the Century Courthouse at 12:35.

ecatroute60map.gifSouthbound, the new midday bus on Route 60 begins Monday through Friday at the Century Courthouse at 12:35. It then stops at Highway 29 and Highway 95A in Molino at 12:47, Highway 29 and Highway 95A in Cantonment at 12:56, Highway 29 and 9 Mile Road at 1:05 and ends at the ECAT transfer center at 1:25.

From the ECAT transfer station, riders can connect to buses that can take them across most of the Pensacola area.

The new midday bus is in addition to a southbound bus that leaves the Century Courthouse Monday through Friday at 6:15 a.m. and stops in Molino at 6:17 on its way to Pensacola. An evening bus returns to Molino from the Pensacola area at 6:47 and arrives in Century at 6:35.

The new Saturday morning bus leaves the Century Courthouse at 10:35, stops in Molino at 10:47, then travels to Cantonment at 10:56, Highway 29 and 9 Mile Road at 11:05 and then arrives at the ECAT transfer station at 11:25.

The new Saturday evening bus follows the same schedule as the Monday through Friday evening bus, arriving back in Molino at 6:17 and Century at 6:35.

The base fare for all buses on Route 60 is $2.35. For students, it is $1.25. For senior citizens, disables citizens, and Medicare card holders, the fare is $1.10.

Route 60 carries a 50 cent surcharge on 10-Ride, seven or 30 day passes and all day passes. Not including the surcharge, the 30 day pass sells for $47 or the reduced rate of $35 for senior citizens and the disabled. The seven day pass sells for $14.50, and the one day pass sells for $5.25.

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Click here for a printable pdf of the map and time schedule.



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