A group of concerned transit riders is speaking out about the future of public transportation.
The Transit Riders’ Union of Edmonton (TRUE) has released “The Shadow Report,” a response to the city’s long-term vision for transit.
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“The intent of the report is to bring a more transit-rider oriented approach to ETS growth,” said TRUE spokesman Brian Gould.
TRUE will present the report to the city on July 3.
Gould said the most important change the group would like to see is an immediate plan for 24-hour service in Edmonton.
The group also hopes to persuade council to look at rationalizing the fare policy, which is set to rise in the next five years.