By: Diane Benjamin
The September meeting was moved to October.
Cost per trip last August was $3.71, in August of 2018 it was $4.07. Cost per trip for Connect Mobility went up too, see the next page.
PDF page 14:
Ridership is higher which doesn’t make sense. Cost per rider should have decreased. Same for Mobility on the next page.
See PDF page 22:
Only 1 route has a reasonable number of boarders per hour – Redbird. The rest of the routes bring that number down to an appalling 22.97 which is why empty buses are seen all over town.
Year-To-Date it’s only 20.39 – PDF page 23.
See PDF page 25:
Did you know the transportation funding bill is called THUD?
Seems appropriate to me!
See PDF page 30. Looks like the Feds are giving them $12,627,670 this year. Yes, that’s your money!
Reading the rest is making me ill. If you read it and see anything interesting, let me know.