The MBTA announced it will host a meeting about its Better Bus Project, which will redesign its bus network.
MBTA officials sent out the following announcement:
Virtual Public Meeting on June 8th
We’d like to remind you of the Bus Network Redesign virtual public meeting on Tuesday, June 8 from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m.
What will I learn at the meeting and how can I contribute?
- At this meeting, we will be presenting an overview of the Bus Network Redesign and what we have found so far.
- Following a presentation, the team will be available to take feedback and answer questions.
The meeting will be held online, via Zoom. To pre-register, please click this link: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIsd-mvqjIiGNw-dx6bbtLcxMYYNGKrLG0w
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Upon joining you will be prompted to share your first name, last name, and email address. Meeting attendees will be entered into the project’s email database to receive updates. The meeting will be recorded and posted online for those who cannot attend.
You can find more details about Bus Network Redesign and other Better Bus Project initiatives on the project website. We will continue to provide updates to you on these efforts and inform you of opportunities to provide your feedback.
Feel free to reach out to the Better Bus Project team at BetterBusProject@mbta.com with any questions and visit mbta.com/BetterBus to learn more about our ongoing efforts to improve the bus system and sign up for email updates.
If you have been forwarded this message and would like to receive email updates about the Better Bus Project, please sign up here.
The Better Bus Project Team
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