What do you think of public transit in Los Alamos? – Los Alamos reporter

LSC PRESS RELEASE

LSC Transportation Consultants has been hired by Los Alamos County to develop the next five-year service plan for Atomic City Transit. The service plan will explore new service options or modifications to existing atomic transit services that could improve mobility for Los Alamos residents.

LSC is currently conducting outreach and wants to hear from as many community members as possible about their opinions on Atomic City Transit/public transportation in Los Alamos.

The survey is quick and easy, and intended for all residents (both those who take the bus and those who don’t).

Here is a link to the online community survey:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ACTcommunitysurvey

This survey effort will contribute to the development of an updated five-year service plan for Atomic City Transit. The five-year service plan will assess current demographic and transportation conditions in Los Alamos, identify underserved or unserved areas/groups, and assess the use of funding.

This assessment will allow us to develop an effective five-year service plan for Atomic City Transit that will outline any potential service changes that will better serve the community.

The 2015 Five-Year Service Plan can be viewed at https://p1cdn4static.civiclive.com/UserFiles/Servers/Server_6435726/File/Government/Departments/Public%20Works/Atomic%20City%20Transit/Transit%20Study/Los%20Alamos% 20Transit%20Study_FINAL.pdf

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