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Introducing the Annapolis Valley’s first show bus
Written by The Spectator   
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Freeman Butland and Geoff Meymer, left, representing King’s Theatre in Annapolis Royal, joined staff and residents at Mountain Lea Lodge and The Meadows in Bridgetown recently at the newly minted Show Bus supplied by Trans County Transportation Society, also based in Bridgetown. Fifth from right is Mountain Lea Lodge Administrator Joyce d’Entremont. The bus takes people from the Bridgetown facilities to events at King’s Theatre.

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New addition to the TCTS fleet
Written by The Spectator   
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By Heather Killen

NovaNewsNow.com

A $50,000 grant from the province has helped a local transportation service purchase a new van that will get more people out and about.

Trans County Transportation Society (TCTS) is a charitable organization that started over 10 years ago to provide safe and cost effective transportation services to people in Annapolis and western Kings counties who are unable to use public transportation.

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Welcome to TCTS
Written by TCTS   
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WHO ARE WE?

TCTS is a charitable organization providing door-to-door transportation services to the residents of Annapolis County and western Kings County, from the Digby County line to the Aylesford Road just east of Aylesford.

TCTS conforms to the rules and regulations mandated by the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board (NSURB) and Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations (SNSMR).

OUR GOAL

To provide safe, cost effective community based transportation to enrich the mental and physical well being of our community.

WHY USE TCTS?

  • Health Appointments
  • Grocery Shopping
  • Running Errands
  • Employment
  • Educational Classes
  • Social Visits
  • Volunteering
  • Church Events
  • Community Events

WHO CAN USE TCTS?

  • Seniors
  • Persons with physical or emotional disabilities
  • Special needs groups
  • Health care providers
  • Educational Programs
  • Persons with economical disadvantages
  • Day Program Facilitators

VOLUNTEERS ALWAYS NEEDED

This volunteer based program has been in service since 1999.

Are you someone who loves people, loves to drive, and has access to a reliable vehicle and a few hours to spare?

We’ll reimburse for mileage.

Interested? Why not join our Team?

 
Sponsorship of the Bridgetown Shuttle
Written by TCTS   

It is with great pleasure that Trans County Transportation Society (TCTS) announces our partnership with the Soldiers Memorial Hospital Foundation and the Bridgetown Pharmasave to support reduced fares for a Bridgetown Medical Shuttle service operating from Bridgetown to Kentville and Halifax.

Both Soldiers Memorial Hospital Foundation and the Bridgetown Pharmasave have recognized the need to support the cost of medical transportation to the residents of West Paradise and Bridgetown area, including north to the Fundy Shore line and south to the West Dalhousie borders. This will include those residents not presently within the catchment areas for the Annapolis West Health Foundation Medical Shuttle and the Valley Drug Mart Medical Shuttle which are also operated by TCTS.

 

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From left to right - Jim Mosher of Soldiers Memorial Hospital Foundation, 
Debbie Decker of TCTS, and Kirk Lycett of Bridgetown Pharmasave

 

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Valley Credit Union Donation Presentation to TCTS
Written by TCTS   

tcts_vcu.jpgTrans County Transportation Society (TCTS) received a welcome response to our vehicle replacement fundraising drive. On October 28, 2011 the Bridgetown branch of the Valley Credit Union presented TCTS with a cheque of $5,000 toward our goal. On hand to represent the Valley Credit Union was Branch Manager, Gary Olsvik along with Mike Wark, President and CEO, Martin Gillis, Board Chair and Doug Oldford, Secretary of the Valley Credit Union.

General Manager, Debbie Decker and Phil Milo, Board Chair were there on behalf of TCTS to receive the much-welcomed donation.

Some of the comments made:

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