"We simply do not have the operating revenue to continue the level of service we now provide everywhere because of rising expenses for fuel, health care, pensions and other costs. The proposed changes are designed to keep as much service as possible to meet the greatest needs with a balanced budget."
“It was thrilling to see all these talented students enter this contest with such creativity and thoughtfulness,” said TARC Executive Director J. Barry Barker. “The 13 winners can see their artwork on the bus, and there are many others who submitted outstanding work.”
TARC is again offering public transportation from downtown Louisville to the St. James Court Art Show Friday, Sept. 30 through Sunday, Oct. 2.
Kentucky Refugee Ministries is more than a way station for immigrants seeking asylum in America.
On Monday, July 4, 2011, Sunday schedules will be operated on all lines due to the holiday.
TARC will provide service to Churchill Downs for the Kentucky Oaks and Derby on regular routes that will follow detours away from the track starting at about 4:30 p.m. on both race days.
About 10,000 passengers are expected to choose TARC and avoid parking hassles for the annual fireworks event on the river this year.
TARC, Metro Parks and Solid Waste Management announce changes in activity for the weeks surrounding the holidays.
Local news for Nov. 25, 2010
After big events at the KFC Yum! Center, TARC will keep buses off Main and Market streets near the arena to avoid heavy traffic. TARC passengers will be directed to boarding areas several blocks away and additional buses will be added to some routes.
Ready for three days of music, art and activism? We’ve got your guide to where to park, what to bring, who’s going on when—and more.
News roundup for July 7, 2010