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County of Brant seeking input regarding transit system

County of BrantCounty of Brant seeking input regarding transit system

The County of Brant is asking for community feedback on the County’s public transportation program, Brant Transit. The County is looking to better understand how satisfied users are and how the service can be improved.

“Asking for community feedback about our public transportation program is not just about hearing the opinions of County residents and Brant Transit users but is also about continuing to encourage participation and open dialogue on issues that are important to community members,” said Lesley Jackson, Director of Community Partnerships. “We want to ensure that we fully understand the transportation needs and preferences of our community, as well as the satisfaction level with the current service so we can work to serve the community better.”

The public is invited to visit the Engage Brant website at www.EngageBrant.ca/Transit to learn more about Brant Transit and give their feedback through an online survey and by sharing questions and comments about the program. Paper copies of the survey are also available at County of Brant Customer Service Offices and for those that prefer, the survey can also be completed over the phone by calling 1.855.44BRANT (1.855.442.7268) until Friday, September 29 at 4:30 pm. The online survey closes on Saturday, September 30, 2023, at 4:30 pm.

Tell us what you think about the County’s public transportation program, Brant Transit, and how we can serve you better. For more information on the County’s public transportation program, Brant Transit, visit www.EngageBrant.ca/Transit

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