TransIT Services solicited suggestions for improvements Thursday, which will be used to create its Transportation Development Plan.
"It's a study looking at a five-year perspective of transit in the region," said
The meeting was sparsely attended, but those who were there had big ideas.
The trolley would run in a loop in downtown
"We have kind of a unique opportunity in
Tipling also supported the idea of service on Sundays.
"That's probably one of the biggest recommendations we get," said
The study will cost about
An independent study of transportation needs is a requirement to secure funding for capital projects, Eisenfeld said.
The study is expected to be complete in late fall, after which it will be presented to the county commissioners or council for approval.
Residents can also offer input by visiting www.surveymonkey.com/s/FrederickTransIT or submitting comments to FrederickCountyTDP@sharpandco.com by today.
The second phase of a TransIT Services fare increase will go into effect Tuesday.
Connector and shuttle routes' one-way cash fare will increase by
One-way cash fare for seniors and people with disabilities (with ID) will increase from
Other increases are detailed at frederickcountymd.gov/transit.
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