DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - The RTA wants to hear from its riders.
They are holding a public meeting Wednesday, April 24 at the Dayton Convention Center.
The plan is to discuss how to better RTA service for all.
"As the region continues to change along with economic uncertainty, availability of quality transit service will still be essential", said RTA Executive Director Mark Donaghy. "Workers, students and our seniors will still need access to jobs, education and healthcare. We must continue to make smart investments in our transit system so that people will have choices when it comes to their mobility."
Participants will be able to share their ideas and concerns about public transit.
There will be three separate sessions on April 24. The first one is at 9:00 am, then 2:00 pm and 6:00 pm. Each is slated for two hours.
The RTA has 3,300 bus stops in the Dayton region.
Visit the RTA web site for more information.
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