Word about the Island Hopper continues to spread among locals and tourists, and particularly, with the boating community. Recently, students from Boston's Proctor Academy Ocean Classroom Program sailed into Fernandina Harbor Marina and hopped aboard the Island Hopper to head to the beach and around Amelia Island.
NassauTRANSIT's Bus Sponsorship Program continues to grow with Florida Public Utilities (FPU) joining other sponsors like Family Support Services, VITAS, Community Hospice and Palliative Care, and more. Soon to join the list of sponsors -- the Women's Center of Jacksonville.
If you or your company is interested in sponsoring a NassauTRANSIT bus, call Transportation Director Mike Hays at 904.261.0700.
NassauTRANSIT announces that its bus schedule is now on Google Maps. To see how NassauTRANSIT can be used to "Get Around!" in Nassau County and into Jacksonville go to www.google.com/transit, enter your starting and destination addresses and click "Directions".
For more information, questions or travel scheduling assistance call NassauTRANSIT at 904-261-0700 or go to "Ride Info" on the Homepage of the website.
If you haven't already, be sure to pick up a copy of the July edition of the Amelia Islander Magazine. NassauTRANSIT and the Island Hopper have a two-page feature spread!