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Bus Fort Wayne open house is May 8

FORT WAYNE – Residents are invited to learn about and comment on the draft version of the Bus Fort Wayne plan from 5:30-7 p.m. May 8 in the lower level Omni Room at Citizens Square, 200 E. Berry St.

During the open house, the public can also tour Citilink and Countilink buses and talk to public transit operators and commuters.

The goal of the plan is to lay the foundation to grow and improve the community’s public transit systems and establish public transit as a viable, preferred transportation choice.

Bus Fort Wayne will coordinate with the City’s Bike Fort Wayne and Walk Fort Wayne plans; if adopted by the Plan Commission and City Council, it will be an amendment to Plan-it-Allen!, the community’s comprehensive plan. The full draft of the plan can be found online at www.fwcitilink.com.

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