Monday, July 26, 2010

Smiths Falls looking into commuter transit

The Town of Smiths Falls and Lanark Community Transit (LCT) are working on putting together an arrangement to offer commuter transit for residents of the town, according to the Kemptville EMC.
A Carleton Place-based and managed not-for-profit organization, LCT has been offering bus service to and from Ottawa since May 3. And now, if it is feasible, it would like to expand that service to neighbouring Smiths Falls.
The LCT currently runs a return trip from Carleton Place to Ottawa four times in the morning, and runs the opposite route for the evening. Spacing Ottawa had a great article about "The Green Corridor", as it's called, back in May.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This is a great idea, I commute from Smiths Falls to Ottawa Monday - Friday. There should be something posted on Roger Stevens Drive to let commuters know, that this is a possibility, because a lot of people commute by route of Roger Stevens.