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Public forum on Multimodal site to be held on Tuesday

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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

City of Albany leaders want your help in choosing the site of a new multimodal transportation hub.

They'll hold a public forum Tuesday to get input on where you would like to see the facility built.

Four possible locations have been selected, including the current bus terminal in the Harlem District.

City officials want to hear from people who use the services the most.

"We want to encourage people to come out. This is the community's site. We run over a million people a year through the bus system, so obviously it's critical to our community. We're advertising it on the buses now so hopefully some of our clients will come on Tuesday," said Albany Assistant City Manager Wes Smith.

The forum will be in Room 120 of the Government Center, Tuesday, from 4 to 6.

 

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