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Posted on: November 6, 2009

[ARCHIVED] Keyline Seeks Input on Draft Transit Plan

KeyLine Transit will hold a public meeting to discuss a draft transit plan from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 16, in the Majestic Room at the Five Flags Civic Center, 405 Main St.

A presentation of the plan will be made and there will be an opportunity for the public to provide comments and suggestions.

In December 2008, the City Council approved a contract with LSC Transportation Consultants of Colorado Springs, Colo., to provide a transit plan for the KeyLine Transit system. The plan is intended to review all transit services and make recommendations on how to improve deficiencies and determine ways of making the entire system more efficient, flexible, and customer-oriented. The plan reviews services provided by the Regional Transit Authority (RTA) within the KeyLine Transit service area to identify any duplication of services, potential efficiencies through coordination, and to provide analysis of how the overlap of service areas impacts federal, state and local funding for the two systems. The plan also examines potential partnerships with area businesses for possible route and schedule revisions to accommodate employment transportation.

For more information or to review the draft of the transit plan, contact Transit Manager Jon Rodocker at (563) 589-4196 or A copy of the plan is also available at the reference desk of the Carnegie-Stout Public Library.

[View the Draft Plan]
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