Passengers can ride all day by donating three cans of food or boxed items. You can also ride one way with one food donation.
The public hearings will be in an open house format, so attendees may arrive at any time. Citibus staff will be on hand to answer questions about the study and receive public comment on transportation services in Lubbock.
The workshops will be in an open house format, so attendees are welcome to arrive at any time during the meeting to participate.
Passengers with a valid voter registration card can only ride to and from a polling location.
Fixed route passengers are entitled to unlimited rides on July 31st when they show a valid voter registration card.
“We want people to know that we are here regardless of gas prices, and that it’s a great way to get around their city,” the press release from Citibus stated.
Citibus routes will not be in operation and offices will be closed next Monday for Memorial Day.
The winners will be announced on Earth Day, which is April 23rd, and will receive one of three bikes given by local Wal-Mart stores.
“One of the things that has to be on the table is an increase in the ride charge of the fares for Citibus,” Martin said.
On Friday's edition of Lubbock's First News, Lubbock Mayor Tom Martin talked with Chad and Rex about the latest issues coming out of city council.