Metro issued a news release on Monday about the upcoming bus service cuts and changes going into effect on Sunday, Dec. 12. Here’s the release: Effective Sunday, December 12, Metro is making bus service changes to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the Metro system through better use of resources. [continue reading]
The deadline for the electronic submission of written testimony on proposed service changes is midnight, August 31, 2010. To submit electronic comments, please use the following email address: email@example.com. For more information and a list of proposed changes, please visit http://www.metro.net/around/proposed-changes-metro-bus-service/.
In response to postings that the email address firstname.lastname@example.org for the electronic submission of written testimony on proposed service changes was not functioning properly, the current deadline has been extended from August 14, 2010 to midnight, August 31, 2010. To submit electronic comments, please use the …following email address: email@example.com. [continue reading]
Metro adjusts bus service every six months in order to increase efficiency and better allocate limited financial resources. The most recent service changes went into effect just last month, but Metro’s already preparing for December’s shake-up with a series of public hearings on the proposed changes. At these hearings, the [continue reading]
Metro’s new bus schedules went into effect yesterday, and I have to ask – Monday commuters, how is the shake-up affecting the start of your work week? Is anyone out there riding the new Rapid 733? Does it live up to its moniker? Are the other changes subtle enough that [continue reading]
This Sunday, June 27, is Metro’s bi-annual service “shake-up” where bus routes are adjusted, timetables are tweaked and some lines disappear while others are born – all in the name of trying to enhance service and efficiency. And, quite frankly, to make Metro’s service more financially efficient, too. The big [continue reading]
Every six months Metro shakes things up with bus service changes meant to increase efficiency by modifying existing service based on a number of factors including ridership, budgetary concerns and public input. Although the most recent “shake-up” was little more than a month ago, Metro is already planning for proposed [continue reading]
Metro has announced significant service changes involving a dozen different routes — including some new routes and some that are being truncated or eliminated. The changes go into effect Sunday, Dec. 13. The full list is after the jump. There are also minor adjustments being made to several dozen other [continue reading]