Grafton Cable To Air Public Transportation Proposal Meeting

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The local cable network will rebroadcast the proposed public bus route. Photo Credit: GCTV

GRAFTON, Mass. -- Grafton Community Television will rebroadcast the public meeting about the Worcester Regional Transportation's proposal to start a bus route through town. 

On Feb. 27, officials from the Worcester Regional Transit Authority and the Central Massachusetts Regional Planning Commission presented plans, discussed potential routes and answered questions at the municipal center.  

The rebroadcast is available online on the GCTV YouTube channel, its On Demand webpage, and on select times on Charter Cable channel 12 and Verizon channel 33.  The TV schedule is available online.

If approved, the route would possibly travel from Northbridge to South Grafton to Grafton Common, Stop & Shop, the Grafton Commuter Rail Station and the Tufts University Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine, Grafton Town Administrator Tim McInerney said.

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Max Mirni:

Bus transportation importance is very much in big cities and metros. It is the prime mode of public transportation. People are preferring these transport services. Public transit will help people to go anywhere in the city. The bus route needs to be available to every places with in the city.

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