Fort Myers resident Ty Rollins, 42, rides bus 150W along Old 41 Road on Monday afternoon in Bonita Springs. Rollins takes this bus route to get to work every day between Bonita Springs and Fort Myers then uses his bike to travel the rest of the way south of Old 41 Road. Starting October 6, LeeTran will offer service connecting Lee and Collier counties, called the LinC. The LinC will run from Coconut Point Mall to US 41 and Immokalee Road in Collier County, seven days a week. Bonita Springs City Council will discuss the transit budget on Wednesday. The city currently pays $171K per year for the current Route 150. Lexey Swall/Staff

Photo by LEXEY SWALL

Fort Myers resident Ty Rollins, 42, rides bus 150W along Old 41 Road on Monday afternoon in Bonita Springs. Rollins takes this bus route to get to work every day between Bonita Springs and Fort Myers then uses his bike to travel the rest of the way south of Old 41 Road. Starting October 6, LeeTran will offer service connecting Lee and Collier counties, called the LinC. The LinC will run from Coconut Point Mall to US 41 and Immokalee Road in Collier County, seven days a week. Bonita Springs City Council will discuss the transit budget on Wednesday. The city currently pays $171K per year for the current Route 150. Lexey Swall/Staff

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