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February 8, 2018, Marysville, CA – Yuba-Sutter Transit has been awarded a California Department of Transportation Planning Grant to develop a Corridor Enhancement Plan for Route 1—the eight-mile-long key transit route that links all other routes in Yuba and Sutter counties. The Corridor Enhancement Plan will provide an in-depth analysis and conceptual design for capital improvements to the five key transit centers and other facilities along Route 1.

Yuba-Sutter Transit is holding a community workshop on Thursday, February 15th from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. in the Yuba County Board of Supervisors Chambers to receive public input on the planning of future improvements along the Route 1 corridor. Everyone, especially transit users, is invited to attend the public workshop. The workshop will include the viewing of the Corridor Enhancement Plan exhibit boards with alternative locations and conceptual designs for the Alturas & Shasta transfer center, information on potential displays for real-time transit information, and ideas for bus stop enhancements at other key transit stops. You are invited to come and share your input, ask questions, or to just see what improvements are being planned.

View the Corridor Plan Community Workshop Press Release