GLTC Budget’s Next Stop Is City Council

GLTC logoThe Greater Lynchburg Transit Company’s board tentatively approved a budget Wednesday. The proposed budget, according to media outlets, includes restoring the night service hours cut back in 2012, as well as several new costs related to the new Kemper Street transfer center slated to open in early 2014. GLTC has closed on the 12-acre property on Bradley Street that will house its new operations and maintenance facility. The budget request will be forwarded for City Council’s consideration when it begins its budget approval process in March. The new budget takes effect July 1.

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