Thursday, June 1, 2017

The future of public transit in Greeley, Evans and northern Colorado

New GET bus. Image credit: City of Greeley Flickr

Transit could help shape the future of Greeley as multiple projects are underway. Ridership continues to grow, requiring Greeley-Evans Transit (GET) to buy new, larger buses - many buses have run at capacity over the past year. A new bus transfer center should open in September, creating a transit facility with bathrooms, waiting area, and customer service area. Additionally, GET staff continues to work on on the Regional Route Study to analyze the need for a regional route connecting the communities of Northern Colorado.  More than 1,800 people filled out a survey regarding their willingness to ride such a route.

For a more in-depth discussion, read the article from the Greeley Tribune.

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