Fort Wayne, Ind. (Indiana’s NewsCenter) – Citilink will host public meetings in July to get input from the public, especially riders who use the transit system.
While the route changes should not impact Citilink's bottom line, they will affect current routes.
See downtown detail map for proposed changes.
Community information meetings will be held:
Monday, July 9, 6:45-8:30am & 3:45-5:30pm Citilink Superior Street Transfer Facility
Tuesday, July 10, 5:00 – 7:30pm, Downtown Public Library, 900 Library Plaza, 2nd Floor Technology Room.
Thursday, July 12, 3:00-5:00, Public Hearing, Citilink Administrative Offices, 801
In addition to these sessions the public is invited to attend Citilink Board Meetings on July
12 at 5:30pm, Citilink Administrative Offices, 801 Leesburg Road.
It is anticipated that service changes will be made in conjunction with the opening of the Citilink Central Station on, or soon after, September 14, 2012.
Here is the list of proposed route changes:
Route 1/1a Waynedale – would not pull into Foster Park Plaza – Route 9 will
Route 1/1a Northcrest – alternate stops into Farrington & River Cove Apts every other hour
Route 2 Time Corners – only downtown changes
Route 2 Georgetown – loop using Reed to Lake not Trier
Route 3 Canterbury – remove loop through Canterbury Marketplace ends at Roebuck/remove loop into Kettler Hall
Route 3 Village Woods – considering loop to cover Wayne Trace/Tillman/Hessen Cassel (3 month demo)
Route 4 Wells Ludwig – remove 3X/day deviation to ITT/Cook Rd/changes route through Meijer plaza on outbound
Route 4 Parkview – Coliseum to Vance to Hobson (Route 2 will serve Snider HS)
Route 5 – No change, does not go downtown
Route 6 McKinnie – remove GTE/Frontier deviation add Oxford/Anthony loop
Route 6 Franke Park – removes Centlivre/Glenbrook Mall loop and adds Executive/Progress loop formerly included on Route 9 (AWS) and Sherman on the outbound
Route 7/7a Anthony/Oxford/Creighton – no change (previously changed exit from Southtown Centre to better serve South Anthony)
Route 8 Calhoun – only downtown changes
Route 8 Glenbrook – turn around at Westfield (across from Northrup) instead of DiSalle
Route 9 St. Francis – does not go to Elmhurst HS turns at Sandpoint return via Kyle & Three Oaks
Route 9 Brooklyn/Taylor – does not go to AWS - route 6 will
Route 10 New Haven – remove Green/Powers/Broadway loop add Short/Hartzell/Green loop
Route 21 – minor changes to alternate stops, does not go downtown
Route 22 – No change, does not go downtown
Route 98 – campusLink – considering stop at Walb Student Union, does not go downtown
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