The city of Charlottesville has just wrapped up a study that is intended to introduce changes to make Charlottesville Area Transit (CAT) easier for riders to use.
Monday night, CAT listened to feedback about its findings from its riders.
The study suggests adding a new route 11 to connect downtown Charlottesville and Fashion Square Mall. CAT says its proposed changes will provide better service and attract new riders.
"The goal of this study is to overhaul our system, keep the routes that do well as is and then fix the ones we have problems with. And we're trying to simplify our routes, make it easier for passengers to ride as well as by making it easier for passengers to ride, increase our ridership," said Juwhan Lee, CAT operations manager.
Monday night's comments will be considered for the final presentation to city council in March.