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The City of Charlottetown, in partnership with T3 Transit, has made some updates to the East Royalty Transit Service Pilot to better meet the needs of users.
The pilot service began on June 3, and the updated schedule began Oct. 4.
The improved pilot service will connect East Royalty residents to the Charlottetown Mall and downtown at the Confederation Centre.
As a result of the pilot program, 18 convenient new stops were added throughout East Royalty, with service running from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
The updated pilot includes two morning and two afternoon runs each day to accommodate regular day-time working hours but will no longer include three mid-day runs as originally designed.
The pilot will run three months longer than the original six-month term, to allow riders more time to try out the updated service as part of their regular commute.
The updated pilot program will run until early March 2020 and will then be evaluated as a long-term consideration.
A full schedule with the new stops, as well as pickup/drop off times, is available at: www.t3transit.ca For more information, visit www.charlottetown.ca.