Utica Transit Authority - Bus Lines

Utica Transit Authority - Bus Lines

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(315) 797-1121

Corner Leland & Wrz Avenue

Utica
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NY
13501

Utica Transit Authority - Bus Lines is a business providing services in the field of Bus Lines. Utica Transit Authority - Bus Lines is located in Utica, NY on Corner Leland & Wrz Avenue.

Utica Transit Authority - Bus Lines telephone number is (315) 797-1121.

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 Bus Lines, in Utica,  refer to  routes taken by bus transportation services at fixed schedules. Bus line planning in Utica includes vehicle scheduling, setting time-table, crew scheduling, and setting a global line network.



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