CORNWALL, Ontario – The City of Cornwall is seeking feedback from the public as part of the creation of a new Master Plan Study for Cornwall Transit.
The study will assess all aspects of the performance and function of the current transit service, determine the transit needs of the City and its residents. The study will identify and recommend an immediate strategic five-year Master Plan for the transit system with a detailed operations and implementation plan and a further five-year forecast (10 years total).
The Master Plan will shape the future of transit in Cornwall and will include research on innovative ideas & recommendations for alternative service delivery models to achieve the objectives of the study.
“This Master Plan will be a key document for Cornwall Transit & we want residents and passengers to help us build it,” said Len Tapp, Transit Manager.
The consultation will be held at the Cornwall Civic Complex, Salon B, on Wednesday, Oct. 12 from 3:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.
All users that take transit to the event will be offered a free ticket home via Cornwall Transit. Handi-Transit will be provided for registered users that book the service.
If you require additional information or if you cannot attend and wish to give input, please contact:
(613) 930-2787 ext. 2252