Moab People-Mover to offer free transport through town
by Rose Egelhoff
The Times-Independent
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Jerry Dolejs, the owner of a sightseeing tour bus in Salt Lake City, has moved to Moab and will soon be running the Moab People-Mover as a free transportation service in the city. 		      Photo by Rose Egelhoff
Jerry Dolejs, the owner of a sightseeing tour bus in Salt Lake City, has moved to Moab and will soon be running the Moab People-Mover as a free transportation service in the city. Photo by Rose Egelhoff
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A new bus line will soon offer free transportation along 18 stops between Old Spanish Trail Arena and Lions Park. The bus will run along Main Street, operating from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., seven days a week, said owner-operator Jerry Dolejs.

“I found out you don’t have any city shuttle, so I decided to take it as an opportunity,” Dolejs said.

Dolejs runs a sightseeing tour bus in Salt Lake City. That bus has been moved to Moab and will soon be redecorated as the Moab People-Mover. The enterprise will be driven by donations and advertisements.

“The bus will be free for the public,” Dolejs said.

Dolejs hopes to serve everyone from morning commuters to evening bar patrons. He said to keep an eye out for the soon-to-be-announced bus schedule.


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