By 1808Delaware

Many Delaware County residents use COTA to access destinations in Columbus and Franklin County through stops in the Polaris and Westerville areas.

The transit company is proposing changes in September that relate to frequency adjustments, routing alterations, and changes in late night lineups.

To obtain public comment on these proposals, COTA is holding a public meeting at noon on Tuesday, May 25 to present this information and to obtain feedback.

COTA makes improvements to its service three (3) times a year; In January, May and September.

The meeting will take place online through Cisco Webex. To access, follow this link to join in. You can also watch the meeting on the COTA Facebook page.

COTA riders are also reminded that several COVID-19 vaccination sites are located on existing bus lines. The company is also offering free, pickup service for vaccinations; related to their new COTA Plus program. More information on those services is available here.

 

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