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Tulsa Transit offering free, one-day route to Farmers' Market

Tulsa Farmers' Market (KTUL photo)
Tulsa Farmers' Market (KTUL photo)
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Tulsa Transit is offering a free, one-day route to the Tulsa Farmers' Market and grocery stores tomorrow.

It will go to the market at 1 South Lewis and will run from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. to serve riders in Turley and north Tulsa.

The route will run from 65th/Quaker to 66th/Lewis, then 36th Street across to MLK Boulevard to Pine, then to Lewis, and finish at 15th Street.

A temporary bus stop will be set up in front of the entrance to the market and another in front of Circle Cinema. There will be an A-frame display with posters highlighting the Tulsa Transit Farmers Shuttle pick-up and drop-off.

In addition to serving the Tulsa Farmers' Market, the route will give riders access to numerous grocery stores, including Las Americas, Warehouse Market, and Reasor’s on 15th Street.

“We continue to look at ways to improve our service and offer transportation to essential places in our community,” said Ted Rieck, Tulsa Transit general manager, in a press release. “We’re hoping this trial Saturday route will help residents with their grocery needs while supporting local businesses.”

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