Community input sought on public transit
28 Jun 2021
Any local resident who rides the white Victoria Transit buses around town — or anyone who’s ever wished there were better bus options — can voice their opinion on the future of public transit in the Crossroads this week.
A survey being conducted by the Golden Crescent Regional Planning Commission, which is due July 1, provides community members a chance to let city planners known “what they want to see from us in the next five years,” said transportation planner Colin Keller.
The survey, which takes about five minutes to complete and is available in English and Spanish, can be accessed at gcrpc.org by clicking one of the links on the bottom of the home page.
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