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With record high fuel costs, CTS seeks public input as it adjusts!


Amid record fuel costs, the local bus transportation system considered ending trip transfers. This move, unprecedented in the nation, would adversely impact the demographic riders most dependent on CTS’ service.

The public is encouraged to attend the City Council Transportation Committee meeting, Monday, August 25, at 4 PM, in the City Hall Conference Room, 4th Floor. The Clarksville Transit System staged a public hearing August 11 as part of its schedule rate review process. CTS has proposed to increase its base multi-trip prepaid bus fare, eliminate transfers entirely, end its service to Oak Grove’s Wal-Mart Supercenter complex and start-up a shuttle bus service for APSU. This plan had initial approval by the Transportation Committee. «Read the rest of this article»


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