Meeting on county transit plan is Thursday in Twin Lakes

Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission will be hosting a meeting Thursday April 14 in Twin Lakes regarding the Kenosha County Transit Development Plan.

The meeting will take place from  4:30-6:30 p.m. at Twin Lakes Village Hall, 108 E Main St.. It will be in an “open house” format, allowing you to attend at any time during the two-hour timeframe for each meeting. Attendees will have the opportunity to leave written comments, or to speak to a court reporter or Commission staff for oral comments.

The transit study for Kenosha County is intended to serve the following purposes:

  • To evaluate the performance of the Kenosha Area Transit and Western Kenosha County Transit systems, including the effectiveness of the existing route structure and schedules, and the financial performance of both systems and their component routes, so as to identify areas of effective and efficient transit service operation, along with areas of ineffective or inefficient operation.
  • To identify those transit service needs of Kenosha County residents which are not being met, or not being met well, by existing transit services.
  • To design and evaluate alternative transit service improvements that address the service problems and deficiencies identified in the performance evaluation and the unmet transit service needs.
  • To prepare a planning document that would serve as a guide for County and City officials for implementing transit recommendations over a five-year period.
  • To develop a plan that will ensure adequate financing of existing and planned transit services through available Federal and State transit funding programs.

More information is available here.


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