CALLING ALL PARK HILL & AILSA CRAIG RESIDENTS
Huron Shores Area Transit and the Municipality of North Middlesex want to hear from you!
At the North Middlesex Council Meeting on March 15, 2023, a question arose as to whether the Route 4 bus stops and route could be changed. The short answer is – possibly if it is within our ability to do so. But first – we want to find out from North Middlesex residents and riders what changes, if any, would be beneficial.
We’re holding two meetings to discuss Route 4 bus stops and schedule and to get your thoughts and comments.
PARKHILL MEETING – Tuesday, September 12, 7 pm, at the North Middlesex Community Centre
AILSA CRAIG MEETING – Wednesday, September 13, 7 pm, at the Ailsa Craig Community Centre
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to have your say and shape the future of public transit in your area. We can’t wait to see you there!
Questions for Consideration
- Do you have access to a vehicle, either through ownership or borrowing?
- Have you taken the bus yet?
- How often during the week do you travel by car or bus for Work, Medical Appointments, Shopping, Meeting Friends or Family, Recreation or leisure?
- Did you know there are four bus routes and 51 bus stops and we travel to Goderich, Sarnia, London and Strathroy?
- Have you transferred from an HSAT bus to or from a neighbouring transit system, like Strathroy-Caradoc?
- Have you taken the Route 4 bus to Grand Bend and transferred to one of our other routes?
- The bus travels to Strathroy and back. Would it better serve your needs if the bus travelled to Lucan and London or to Sarnia?