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Port Authority will host a series of meetings over the next few months to discuss with residents in communities throughout Allegheny County upcoming projects and programs that will help shape the future of public transit in our region.
 
"Public Transit: A Community Discussion" will focus on a variety of topics ranging from Port Authority's use of technology to fare policy to long-range planning. Residents will be encouraged to provide input and ask questions.
 
"Our goal is to engage communities while it's still early on for many of these topics so we can get a better sense of the direction our stakeholders want us to go," said Port Authority CEO Katharine Kelleman. "We felt it was important to hold these get-togethers now so we can talk about these issues before we make any major decisions."
 
The community discussions will kick off on Wednesday, January 29, at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center with three sessions beginning at 9 a.m.  Additional meetings have been scheduled in communities throughout Allegheny County, including Millvale, Monroeville, McKeesport, Bethel Park and Springdale.
 
The current schedule and list of locations can be found here.
 

Riders with questions about special accommodations are encouraged to call Port Authority Customer Service at 412-442-2000.

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