The state of Vermont is updating its public transit plan, and it’s asking for public input to do it.
Last updated in 2007, the Public Transit Policy Plan consists of policies, goals and strategies for meeting the needs of transit users in the areas of fixed routes, paratransit, transportation brokerage and ride sharing.
The Vermont Agency of Transportation, which is updating the plan, is holding public meetings on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday to gather suggestions.
The first is 7 p.m. Monday on Vermont Interactive Television, from 15 sites around the state. For information and directions, go to www.vitlink.org.
The second is 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Central Vermont Regional Planning Commission in Montpelier.
The third is 7 p.m. Wednesday at Connecticut River Transit, in Rockingham.