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They want to get ridership up from 4% of the total population to 8%, and peak ridership from 10% to 25%, don't see how that can ever happen until its more convenient than driving, so until the surface parking lots are converted to actual desinations that won't happen - and I don't think that necessary lines up with the 30 year timeline. Home was a different story I wish I could say 2 hours but more often then not it was three.I also don't think the solution should ever be to penalize drivers. In my first 2 years I took the bus and almost every other day i was stranded at school waiting for a "dart" bus to to take me home or worse strand me down town becuase it was the drivers last run of the day and they didnt bother to send another bus until . I had more important things to do than wait around for crappy bus service. It is also horrible when you are waiting for a bus in the dark, which is either 25 minutes late or else just not coming, downtown on a cold January night, completely speculating as to what to do, and no way to reach anyone at the customer service line since they are closed at 6pm.If we can help meet your requirements or if you have any questions please us at (306) 249-0101 Welcome to the Rapid Restorals website!We hope you enjoy browsing our website and find a lot of useful information.

The City's future transit plans are detailed in here. An image of potential BRT routes Are these the best choices? The City's future transit plans are detailed in here. An image of potential BRT routes Are these the best choices? They want to get ridership up from 4% of the total population to 8%, and peak ridership from 10% to 25%, don't see how that can ever happen until its more convenient than driving, so until the surface parking lots are converted to actual desinations that won't happen - and I don't think that necessary lines up with the 30 year timeline.I could get to school park on 14th and walk to class in 25 minutes and then get home in the same time. It seems easier for the buses but how are the people supposed to get to the bus stops.Considering these are major corridors you'd think that having crosswalks would be a major hazard.Having pedestrian bridges to the center of the street is an option but would promote a lot of jaywalking for people not wanting to take the extra few steps up and over I would guess.Maybe there is a good solution I just can't think of what it would be.

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