StarTran invites the public to attend one of its open houses this month to learn about the restructured route system which takes effect Monday, October 3. Maps and schedules will be available, and staff will be available to answer questions about the new routes, which include designated stops resulting from the Transit Development Plan.
Three open houses are scheduled:
An information session on the StarTran changes will also be the topic for City Council member Cyndi Lamm's Northeast Citizens Meeting at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, September 15 at the Anderson Branch Library, 3635 Touzalin Avenue.
StarTran is working with Jacht, UNL's student-run advertising agency, on an integrated marketing campaign to promote the new routes and encourage more residents to use the City bus system. As part of that campaign, StarTran will offer free rides for all patrons from October 1 through 31. The campaign is targeting riders ages 18 through 32 and will also include videos, social media, new bus stop signs, maps and rider guides. More information on Jacht is available at jachtadlab.com.
For more information, visit startran.lincoln.ne.gov or call 402-476-1234.
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