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August 3, 2014 12:00 AM

Sunday letters: Bus service is much improved

Revenue from the “transportation penny” has enabled the Central Midlands Regional Transit Authority to restore and extend weekday and weekend bus service, replace aging vehicles, develop plans to reach under-served areas and populations, begin providing shelters and benches at bus stops and rebrand The COMET with a distinctive and vibrant image.

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