City Hosting Public Meetings for Transit Pilot

City Hosting Public Meetings for Transit Pilot
Posted on 05/07/2019
The City of Charlottetown is looking to implement a six month pilot offering T3 Transit service to unserviced areas of Charlottetown, including East Royalty and Parkdale.

Prior to the pilot start date, the City will host two public information sessions where interested members of the public can attend to find out more about the proposed routes and drop off and pick up locations.

The public sessions will be held on the following dates:
• Friday, May 17 at 12:30 p.m. at the Malcolm Darrach Community Centre (1 Avonlea Drive)
• Saturday, May 18 at 9:30 a.m. at the Malcolm Darrach Community Centre (1 Avonlea Drive)

Both sessions are expected to run about 1.5 hours and no pre-registration is required.

Following the public meeting, an announcement will be made to confirm the routes and timing for the transit pilot, which is scheduled to begin on Monday, May 27. The pilot would run Mondays through Fridays with limited pick-up and drop-off options to start and will continue for six months, at which time it will be reviewed to determine if there is sufficient usage to implement as a regular route.