On Tuesday, November 2nd, the Ohio Democratic Party* is sponsoring all rides on Logan Public Transit for people who live in the City of Logan and up to 2 miles beyond city limits. Whether you are getting out to vote or just getting out of the house, you can ride with us for free on Election Day between the hours of 8:00 am and 5:00 pm. 

If you live more than 2 miles outside of the city limits, we can forward you to a Democratic Party Representative who will provide free transportation to and from the polls only. Call 740.385.6999 or check our
service area map to find out whether your address is covered by our Service Area.

*Sponsorship does not express or imply endorsement of this or any other Party by Logan Public Transit.
 
 
Logan Public Transit is currently working with VolunteerMatch.org, an online organization that matches volunteers with service opportunities that fit their skills, their location, and their lifestyles. According to their website: "VolunteerMatch strengthens communities by making it easier for good people and good causes to connect. The organization offers a variety of online services to support a community of nonprofit, volunteer and business leaders committed to civic engagement." 
 
 
On Tuesday, October 19th, Logan Public Transit attended an Open House demonstration of the state-of-the-art weatherization techniques used in the Home Weatherization Assistance Program (HWAP) to reduce energy use by low-income Ohioans in Murray City. The guest list included State Representative Debbie Phillips, State Senator Jimmy Stewart,Congressman Zack Space,representatives of the Ohio Department of Development, Columbia Gas, Conservation Services Group, members of the community including local public officials, COAD, Community Action, HWAP vendors and media representatives as well as many others.
 
 
Logan Public Transit is pleased to announce that its pilot project, in collaboration with the Southeastern Ohio Center for Independent Living, which ran from August 16th through September 30th, 2010, was successful in bringing elderly clients and clients with disabilities from Haydenville and Nelsonville into the City of Logan for medical care, dialysis treatments, educational services, and recreational activities. Our goal was to demonstrate the need for safe, efficient, reliable and accessible transportation in these areas. We have used the results from this project to apply for funding to support extended service to these areas and others in 2011. Check back for updates as future projects unfold.
 
 
Logan Public Transit is excited to announce that its new website is under development! Check back here in the future for announcements about our community outreach programs and to learn more about the community events we're attending.