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February 6, 2013 2:17 PM

Coast RTA to install route stop signs in Horry and Georgetown counties

Coast RTA unveiled its new “customer first” safety and security program Wednesday that includes installing route stop signs and bus shelters throughout its network, equipping all buses with security cameras and instituting a zero-tolerance policy for its customers.

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