The Commute King stops along route 422 at Mill Street in Cleona, at the square in Annville, at the square in Palmyra, and at McKinley Avenue in addition to the below referenced Park and Ride locations. Other stops may be added in the future. Due to it’s designation as an Express Run, the Commute King will not be able to make multiple stops by patrons who try to “flag it down” at various locations along Route 422 that have not been designated as official stops. See the full schedule and stops here.
STOPS IN DAUPHIN COUNTY
The Commute King Express will stop in Harrisburg at 2nd and Market, the AMTRAK station, the Capital Complex, the PennDOT Administrative Building, the PHEAA building, the DCS Complex, the HACC Campus, and the Blue Cross Building on Elmerton Ave. The 6:30 AM run will make an additional stop at the Hershey Medical Center on the way up to Harrisburg. See the full schedule and stops here.
All Park-N- Rides that the Commute King Express will service offer free parking for patrons. Through a cooperative effort with private businesses, we are able to provide Park-N-Ride service at the The Lebanon Valley Mall and the Palmyra Wal-Mart as well as the Lebanon Transit Park-N-Ride located on Schneider Drive in Lebanon and at Fort Indiantown Gap on Route 934 at the I-81 interchange. Please use the areas that are clearly marked on these parking lots for the Park-N-Ride stop. These areas are the only locations in the designated shopping centers that the Commute King Express will be making pickups and drop offs. See the full schedule and stops here.
NEW I-81 PARK-N-RIDE
Located at Route 934 and Mill Road (near Fort Indiantown Gap), you can now carpool, vanpool or ride the internet-enabled LT Commute King bus to Harrisburg. See the full schedule and stops here.
Additionally, the Commute King Express will not run on Saturdays or Sundays.
The fare for the Commute King Express will be our county fare of $2.00 each way. Monthly county passes are also available for purchase at the COLT Office, 200 Willow Street in Lebanon, or the COLT Transfer station at 7th and Willow Streets in Lebanon. The cost of the monthly county pass is $76 dollars and it is good for unlimited trips on any and all COLT buses and routes. Exact fare required. Student fares ($1.00) are accepted with proper student id.
EMERGENCY RIDE HOME
There is an Emergency Ride Home program available to patrons who ride our Commute King Express that is operated through our partner, PA Commuter Services.This service has been established for transit and carpool patrons who need an emergency ride home during the day. Patrons must be registered with Commuter Services to use this service. For more information, contact 1-866-579-RIDE or visit www.PaCommuterServices.org.
TRANSIT TAX INCENTIVE
The IRS allows an employee to set aside pre-tax dollars to purchase transit passes. This is a benefit that must come through the employer. Commuter Services helps employers set up these plans as part of its free services. For more information, check with your employer or contact Commuter Services at 1-866-579-RIDE or www.PaCommuterServices.org.
SERVICE FOR NON-AMBULATORY PATRONS
Lebanon Transit’s Commute King Express has lifts to aid those patrons who can not board using the steps. There are two wheelchair tie-down positions on the bus. We can not safely transport any more than two wheelchair patrons.
Patrons are permitted to stand in the aisles of the bus if all seats are taken. For those patrons who plan to either bike to the bus stop or bike to work in Harrisburg, the Commute King bus can transport up to two bicycles by use of an external bicycle rack on the front of the bus. No bicycles will be allowed to be transported inside the bus, but only on the exterior bike racks.