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Public comment sought on future Missoula transit plans

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MISSOULA - Here's your chance to weigh in on where the buses go in the Missoula area.

Mountain Line will be holding a series of meetings to gather citizen input as the transit service continues with the latest update to its Strategic Plan.

The plan is a guiding document which describes how the agency will direct service over the next 30 years and looks to balance the needs and desires of the community with money available to run Mountain Line.

Each open house runs from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. and will include a brief presentation and question and answer session with Mountain Line staff and transit design experts.

Open houses are scheduled at the following times and locations:

  • Thursday, November 2, Florence Hotel Lobby, 111 North Higgins
  • Thursday, November 9, Home ReSource Community Room, 1515 Wyoming Street
  • Wednesday, November 15, University. Villages Community Room, 2595 Maurice Avenue
  • Thursday, November 16, Missoula Fairgrounds Arts Building, 1101 South Avenue

Click here for more information on Mountain Line and the Strategic Plan update and the open house schedule or send an email to: info@mountainline.com.

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