Read and ride on longer Clallam Transit System routes

PORT ANGELES — The North Olympic Library System and the Clallam Transit System have resumed the Read & Ride program on three of the transit system’s longer routes.

Books and magazines for riders to read and return, or to read and share with someone else, will be aboard buses on Route 14, Forks; Route 30, Sequim; and the 123 Strait Shot to the Bainbridge Island ferry terminal.

Read and Ride is made possible by donations from the North Olympic Library Foundation.

For more information on bus routes or schedules, visit www.clallamtransit.com.

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