Leduc Transit conducting survey to inform current and future service
During the month of November, the public will be able to provide Leduc Transit feedback to help determine the future of service in the Leduc region. The City of Leduc and Leduc County will be using information gathered from this survey to inform planning for Leduc Transit.
Those interested in submitting input will have until Nov. 30 to answer a series of online questions regarding current service levels, routes, schedules and stops. Results will be compared against past and future surveys to identify trends and assist in establishing potential recommendations for service on an annual basis.
Individuals providing input do not have to be current or past users of Leduc Transit to complete the survey. Leduc Transit greatly appreciates the time and input of all residents and riders with a vested interest in its transit system.
If you would like to share your feedback, please visit www.LeducTransit.ca/Survey to complete the survey. All results will remain anonymous. For more information about the survey please contact Leduc Transit by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 780-980-8444.
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Leduc Transit is an inter-municipal partnership between the City of Leduc and Leduc County, funded in part by the Government of Alberta’s Green Transit Incentives Program. Leduc Transit connects the Leduc and Nisku areas, with stops at the Edmonton International Airport and Century Park LRT station in south Edmonton.
Lauren Wozny, Communications Officer
City of Leduc
Megan Candie, Communications Coordinator