Pilot program offers free bus service to Nashua children
“This bus service is a perfect opportunity for kids, families and individuals to stay active and enjoy some of the wonderful recreational activities the city has to offer,” said Mayor Donnalee Lozeau, encouraging residents to participate in the pilot program that was launched Monday.
Students must register to receive their free bus pass, which does require a parent signature and emergency contact information. Parents may register their children at the Division of Public Health and Community Services at 18 Mulberry St., the Transit Center at 30 Elm St. and the Parks and Recreation Department at 100 Concord St.
For more information, go to nashuanh.gov, or call 589-4547.
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