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Public input wanted for city bus changes

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GREENVILLE, N.C. -

Greenville city leaders want to hear your opinion about new bus routes.

They set up shop Wednesday at Pitt Community College so students and teachers could review maps for alternatives to existing routes.

Display boards also detailed potential improvements like ticket machines and more shelters.

Transit manager Stephen Mancuso says the public bus system sees 2,000 riders a day with 25% of them traveling to and from the community college campus.

"Their input is invaluable. We certainly want the input of everybody, but what we know, we have such a large population in one area, we want to make sure that we seek them out and get their opinions," said Mancuso.

Proposed changes will go into effect by January. Around the same time, officials launch the NextBus GPS bus tracking app.

If you have anything you want to say call the Greenville Public Works department at (252) 329-4532

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