Public Input Meeting To Design Bus Route In Lowell

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Lowell (KFSM) – Representatives of Ozark Regional Transit will be hosting a Public Input Meeting to design a tentative bus route today (Thurs).

The purpose is to inquire of and address the needs for public transit in the City of Lowell and surrounding areas. Community input is needed to determine service levels, route alignment and potential bus stop locations.

The meeting will be an open-house format and is open to anyone who want to attend, including residents, business owners and other stakeholders or intrested partied in the area. The open-house will feature displays of route options and timetables under consideration for implementation, and the Ozark Regional Transit staff will be available to further explain the route proposal, answer questions and record comments.

The Public Input Meeting will be held at the Lowell City Hall conference room from 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., Thursday, January 29.

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