MEDFORD, Ore. -- RVTD is planning on expanding and they are asking for the public’s input.
Following the passing of House Bill 2017-02 city transportation will receive around $2 million over the course of 20 years. That money will potentially add new routes, new busses, and updates to current transportation.
RVTD Operations Manager, Tim D’Alessandro says he hopes to start planning by the fall, “we’re doing some community open houses, getting stakeholders and passengers to give us feedback as to how they think we should best apply our resources.”
The survey is open until June 17th.
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