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Students can travel cheaply around Michiana this summer

Youth Summer Travel Passes will be sold by Transpo for the second year in a row.

Posted on March 6, 2014 at 8:01 p.m.

SOUTH BEND – Michiana K-12 students have an opportunity for cheap travel around the area this summer.

For a second year, Transpo will be selling Youth Summer Travel Passes, which provide unlimited bus rides for a one time fee of $30. 

Transpo busses take riders all over the area – stops include Notre Dame, University Park Mall, South Bend Regional Airport, Rum Village Nature Center, among many more.

"By offering unlimited travel for one low price, Transpo is able to connect students to vital services including employment, educational and recreational opportunities in our community," Transpo General Manager David Cangany said in a news release.

According to Transpo's website, the passes can be bought at the Transpo Administrative Offices, located at 1401 S. Lafayette Blvd. in South Bend, and South Street Station, located at 100 W. South St. in South Bend.


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