Murfreesboro "Rover" public transportation system surpasses 2 million mark in ridership

Monday, August 22, 2016

Rover, the City of Murfreesboro’s public transportation system, recently surpassed a significant milestone—the 2 million mark in ridership. Rover officially began service in April 2007.

“While the names and faces have changed over the past decade, Rover continues to provide excellent customer service,” said Assistant Transpiration Director Nellie Patton. “Thanks to all the staff, management, and patrons for continuing to utilize and support Rover as we anticipate serving our next million riders.”

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