GREATER LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — City Bus is one day away from implementing its five year plan.
Tuesday it is holding an open meeting to get any last minute comments or questions from community members.
It's at the West Lafayette Public Library from 4 to 6 p.m.
The company wants to see if it needs to add to its already 26 routes.
City Bus has already had over two thousand responses from its riders.
It has ideas to streamline communication and make a better experience for customers, but it wants to get help from the community.
"We want to improve the reliability and make sure our passengers are able to access our services when we say they are going to be there," said Manager of Development Bryce Gibson. "So it's really just a way to streamline our services, improve the reliability of the service and make it more accessible for more people."
City bus is interested in adding and extending weekend routes.
It could add up to seven new ones.
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