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Connection to Other Regional Transportation Authorities

Pee Dee Regional Transportation Authority was officially formed in June 1974 as the first RTA in the state of South Carolina. For 30 years PDRTA has served the six county Pee Dee regions of Chesterfield, Darlington, Dillon, Florence, Marion and Marlboro Counties. Then, in 1988, PDRTA started transferring inland residents to the Grand Strand for job opportunities.  In the Spring of 2013 PDRTA was forced to end its Medicaid Contract with the private broker which resulted in a major reduction of service.  The costs associated with providing the Medicaid service was much higher than the revenues received for operating. PDRTA currently operates Fixed Routes services in Darlington, Florence, Lake City and Marion SC.  All routes with the exception of the Florence Transit System is considered Deviated Fixed Routes.

If you are in need of transportation outside of the Pee Dee Region and we are unable to provide it for you, please visit these other Transportation Authorities:

PDRTA Connections to Internet Information


Federal Transit Administration


South Carolina Department of Transportation
Transportation Association of South Carolina

South Carolina Transportation Authorities

Aiken County Transit System
Anderson County Transit Authority
Charleston Area Regional Transit Authority
Clemson Area Transit
Central Midlands Regional Transit Authority
Edgefield County Senior Citizens Council
Greenville Transit Authority
McCormick Area Transit
Palmetto Breeze
Santee Wateree Regional Transit Authority
Spartanburg Area Regional Transit Agency
Waccamaw Regional Transportation Authority
Tricounty Link
Williamsburg County Transit Authority

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