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Transportation Public input sought at bus transit service meetings

Public input sought at bus transit service meetings

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A. Lee Graham Reporter   The Fort Worth Transportation Authority, or The T, is seeking public input on its service standards regarding bus service and related operations.   Planned for the meetings, set for noon and 6:30 p.m. Monday Nov. 4 at the Intermodal Transportation Center, are an information presentation and time for oral and-or written comments.   Among transit services overseen by The T’s service standards are on-time performance, bus shelter locations and bus frequency.   “Our service standards are used to guide our planning and to improve service, as well as to address conditions or new situations that may require changes in our operation,” said Curvie Hawkins, The T’s assistant vice president of planning, commenting in a news release.   “At these upcoming meetings we will present our standards to the public and ask for their feedback on them,” Hawkins said.   The Intermodal Transportation Center, located at 1001 Jones St., is wheelchair accessible. For translation, hearing or sight interpretive services, attendees may contact The T at 817-215-8621 24 hours before the meeting.   lgraham@bizpress.net


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