Worcester, MA– The Worcester Regional Transit Authority (WRTA) is excited to announce an upcoming Rider’s Forum, an interactive event intended to engage with our ridership and members of the community.
Join WRTA Administration, Central Mass. Transit Management (CMTM) and Central MA Regional Planning Commission (CMRPC) on Thursday, October 12 from 11am – 2pm. Connect with fellow riders, and members of the community to share your experiences, and learn about transit initiatives surrounding WRTA’s service area.
At the Rider’s Forum, WRTA, CMTM and CMRPC will be looking to create a platform for a productive and open dialogue amongst ridership and community members. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions, give feedback, and share concerns about the fixed-route and paratransit system serving our 37 communities.
We encourage all bus riders, whether daily commuters or occasional users, to join us at the Rider’s Forum. Your input is crucial in shaping the future of public transportation in the Greater-Worcester Region. Together, we can make our service area more efficient, accessible, and rider-friendly.
Please mark your calendars for this important event, and let your voice be heard!
Date: Thursday, October 12, 2023
Time: 11 am – 2 pm
Location: Union Station Hub, 60 Foster Street, Worcester.
To download the Rider’s Forum Flyer click here
The Worcester Regional Transit Authority (WRTA) is a regional transit system that services the City of Worcester and the surrounding 36 communities in the Central Massachusetts area with a bus fleet that includes diesel-electric hybrid buses, and clean-diesel buses. The second largest regional transit authority in Massachusetts, the WRTA offers reliable, comfortable, and safe transportation for traveling to work, shopping, school, medical appointments, and leisure activities. The WRTA also provides paratransit service for the elderly and disabled, as well as a variety of special services for those groups in the entire service area. All fixed routes and paratransit services are free through June 30, 2024. Learn how to safely and independently ride the WRTA, today!