By working with City and County Officials Polk Transit has been able to grow and provide additional rider services. However, there is an increased need for additional shelters to offer riders a comfortable and protected area from inclement weather.
We have teamed with business and City Leaders to establish a unique bus shelter program. The Community Bus Shelter Program provides community leaders and business owners the opportunity to create a legacy that will benefit riders who rely on public transit for work, school, medical appointments and other quality of life activities.
We look forward to speaking with you personally about how the Polk Transit Community Bus Shelter Program further benefits your community and provides a unique legacy opportunity.
Lakeland Area Mass Transit District
John Duryee, Superintendent