TANK to Redesign Bus System in Northern Kentucky
The Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky (TANK) is undertaking what it calls a "system redesign study", and the public is invited to provide feedback and comments.
The system redesign will explore TANK's current bus route network structure, a news release said.
TANK staff members and their consultant team will present a brief presentation to explain the redesign process and goals of the study. Outside of the presentation times, participants will be able to view exhibit boards and bus network maps at several stations.
Staff and consultants will be available to discuss the study and answer questions.
Comments and desired outcomes will be captured via a brief survey and comment cards at each station.\
The public meeting is at the Covington Career Center (1324 Madison Avenue, Covington) on Thursday, August 29 between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. The venue is located on TANK Route #7.
The purpose of the meeting is to gather input on the proposed redesign of the bus system and to hear comments about current service and future needs. The meeting will be open house-style with a brief presentation given at 4:30, 5:30, and 6:30 p.m.
The input received from the meeting will be used to assist the consultant team in identifying, prioritizing, and developing "a reimagined bus transit system that will serve the needs of the Northern Kentucky community, providing more efficient and cost effective service that is supported by robust ridership," a news release said.
TANK’s goal is to provide community-supported transit to customers with varying needs and to support the continued job growth in the region, the release said. ed to use it.
A second public meeting will be held later this year to present the draft Redesign Study plan and obtain comments.