WRTA Holiday Shuttle for UW Students returning to Laramie next week

    And, if you’re not a round-tripper, you can still sign up to get a ride back to Laramie for only $20!

    If you’ve got kids traveling between Laramie and home, you know the snowy season can be stressful. With the first shuttle (Thanksgiving) being a success, WRTA has opted to offer this for the Holiday post-semester break that will be concluding next week.

    With several hundred of Fremont County’s kids in Laramie that’s what we thought, too. So, County 10, in partnership with Wind River Transit Authority (WRTA), Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) and Injury Prevention Resources (IPR) are chartering a shuttle to provide round-trip transportation for the Winter break from UW to stops in Lander and Riverton.


    Details for reserving a seat on the shuttle
    Important to note that this is a first-come-first-served opportunity as there are limited seats. It’s only $20 to reserve a seat on the return trip shuttle from Riverton/Lander to the University of Wyoming. Pick up at the Riverton location is 9:00 am on Friday, January 25th and at 9:30 am in Lander with drop off at the University of Wyoming at 1:30 pm. There will be no refunds of the fee ($20).

    “We continue to be excited that we’re able to offer this shuttle and that these partners (WYDOT, Injury Prevention Resources and County 10) continue to support the venture,” said WRTA Director Gary Michaud. “And, we’re excited to have been asked to use our buses for this cause.” In the interest of efficiency, the buses will only make two stops, however, all Fremont County and Wind River Indian Reservation residents traveling to Laramie are invited to take advantage of this service.

    If you have further questions or would like to book a seat on the shuttle service, please call WRTA at: 307-856-7118





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