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City wants feedback on transit changes

Six months have passed since Salmon Arm’s transit routes were revised and now the city wants to hear from riders how the changes are working out.

The changes were implemented in December to make the Shuswap transit system more efficient and effective. Until May 30, the city is accepting feedback on how the revisions are meeting the needs of transit users.

“I would like to receive feedback from as many transit riders as possible,” said Mayor Nancy Cooper.

Input can be emailed to Transitfeedback@salmonarm.ca.

Among the changes was the creation of a “shopper shuttle” to accommodate the SmartCentres shopping centre.

 

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