If you could improve bus service in the Joplin area, what would you do? The City of Joplin is kicking off the Joplin Transit Service Analysis to uncover the answers. This effort involves a detailed review of existing services, development of a community-inspired vision for the future, and a series of improvement alternatives for the Sunshine Lamp Trolley and the Metro Area Public Transit System also known as MAPS.
The process begins next week with a series of meetings open to the public that’ll take place at City Hall. Information will be provided, and you can also ask questions and offer your input.
Monday, March 11 at 5:30 p.m.
Tuesday, March 12 at 9:30 a.m.
Tuesday, March 12 at 1:30 p.m.
The meetings will be held in the 5th floor Conference Room at City Hall, 602 South Main Street, and are expected to last no longer than one hour.
Other meetings are being held with various stakeholders of this service. For more information, citizens can contact Robert Lolley, MAPS/Transit Coordinator, City of Joplin, at 417-625-4793 or email@example.com. Comment on the project via social media with their hashtag: #JoplinTransit.