Public input sought in Peterborough transit study

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Peterborough - The City of Peterborough is undertaking a study that will include a Transit Route Review, a Long Term Growth Strategy for the Transit System, and a plan for the Downtown Transit Terminal.
The first part of the study, the Transit Route Review, is now underway. Come to a drop-in meeting on February 5, 2019 to share your ideas about how Peterborough Transit routes and services can better serve you and our community. Or you can provide feedback through our project website,
Meeting to Provide Input on Peterborough Transit Services:
When: February 5, 2019
Time: 3 p.m. to7 p.m., drop in anytime
Where: Peterborough Public Library, Friends of the Library Community Room
345 Aylmer St. N, Peterborough
“This study focuses on reviewing our current route system with a view to improving travel times and enhancing service for passengers. We will also be looking at the future of our transit system and our downtown terminal to identify strategies to better serve future growth, further increase transit ridership, and help the City achieve a higher share of trips using transit,” said Kevin Jones, manager of transportation. “We want to start this process with input from members of the community about their experience with transit and their ideas to make it better.”
Please visit the study website at for more information about the study and to submit ideas, or email the project team at with any questions.
This information is also on the City of Peterborough website
For further information, members of the media are invited to contact the undersigned:
Kevin Jones, Manager, Transportation Division
City of Peterborough
500 George Street North
Peterborough, ON K9H 3R9
705-742-7777 ext. 1895