September is starting to be a busy month for LTC – London Transit Commissions. Students coming back to school are the responsible to incentive the company to change some routes and also to improve their system.
Director of Planning, Katie Burns explains that during the peak time (rush hours), for example, 178 buses are on the road, and 49 just to serve people that wants to go to downtown, which help students that needs to go also to campus.
“This year, we made some improvements to some of the services going to Fanshawe College, both campuses.”
She says that London Transit is including weekend services on routes 27 and 91 at main campus.
“All of the routes going to Fanshawe are now operating late nights. New routes will help those who need to go to the main campus during the weekends.”
Burns also says that if a student wants to complain about the service, they can go to their website or call customer service, but they are encouraging people to use Twitter and make contact using the social platform as well.
London Transit is in the process to add new services in London and Burns explains that the company has been developing ‘Service Plan’ for next year, but they will need Londoner’s feedbacks.
“LTC is also doing a new plan for 2020 to 2025 and we are looking for new ideas and comments on our surveys website, so please go there and learn more about the project.”