Jessamine County

June 16, 2014 5:02 PM

LexTran's new service between Lexington and Jessamine County struggles to attract riders

Lextran extended its Route 23 south along Nicholasville Road into Jessamine County. But an average of only "two or three people per day" are getting on at the Nicholasville stops, said Lextran spokeswoman Jill Barnett.

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