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EZ Rider Public Input Meeting
EZ Rider ADA Certification Application
The Chapel Hill Transit application package for EZ Rider complimentary ADA paratransit services is being updated. Building on feedback from our customers and the EZ Rider Advisory Committee, Chapel Hill Transit is proposing updates and modifications to the application package which will make the application clearer and easier to complete by the applicant and/or their representatives.
You’re invited to provide feedback! Chapel Hill Transit invites you to attend the following Community Meeting to review the recommended changes to the application:
4–5 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 13
Chapel Hill Public Library (Room B)
100 Library Drive
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
Served by EZ Rider; Senior Shuttle and D and F Routes from Franklin Street
We want you to tell us how Chapel Hill Transit can make your life easier and serve you better by making enhancements to our EZ Rider ADA Certification Application. At the meeting, you will have an opportunity to provide feedback on the proposed new application to staff and to members of the EZ Rider Advisory Committee. If you would like a copy of the proposed new application you can receive a copy for review by calling Don C. Willis, EZ Rider Operations Manager, at (919) 969-4949. The proposed new application can also be seen on our website at townofchapelhill.org/town-hall/departments-services/transit/ez-rider.
Interested persons unable to attend the Meeting may submit comments by any of the following methods:
1. Email to email@example.com
2. Call (919) 969-4949
3. Mail to 6900 Millhouse Road, Chapel Hill, NC 27516-8175, Attn: Don C. Willis, EZ Rider Operations Manager
All comments received by 5 p.m. Dec. 15, 2017, will become part of the official public forum record and will be considered by Chapel Hill Transit.