WRTA Seeks Input on Five-Year Service Plan in Trumbull

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — The Western Reserve Transit Authority is looking for feedback from Trumbull County residents, businesses and agencies on a potential new high-level, five-year service plant for the county.

Individuals can offer their input by taking an online survey at WRTA-Survey.civicmapper.com.

“As we move forward with exciting new plans for expanded service in Trumbull County, we’re looking to get as much input as possible from residents, businesses and agencies about the county’s transportation needs,” said WRTA Executive Director Dean Harris.

Comments from anyone living, working or doing business in Trumbull County are welcome. Harris says they would particularly like to hear from agencies that represent underserved populations such as senior citizens, persons with disabilities, low income, veterans, minorities and those who are limited English-proficient.

The survey can be viewed and filled out online using a computer or smartphone. Both English and Spanish-language versions are available.

Those who participate in the survey and provide their contact information will be entered into a drawing for one of four $50 Visa gift cards.

The online survey can be found at wrta-survey.civicmapper.com. A link is also available on the WRTA website, WRTAonline.com.

Published by The Business Journal, Youngstown, Ohio.