Kitsap Transit sets March community meetings

Transit users can ask questions at March 23, 30 sessions

Kitsap Transit sets March community meetings

PORT ORCHARD — Executive Director John Clauson will give the first-quarter report later this month to area residents on this year’s Kitsap Transit’s bus service expansion and the new day pass accessory that will soon come to transit users’ smartphones.

Clauson will be available to answer questions from county transit users at three locations on Saturday, March 23. The locations and times are:

Bremerton, 9 a.m.

Harborside Building, 2nd floor, 60 Washington Ave.

Bainbridge, 11:30 a.m.

Bainbridge Library, Main Conference Room, 1270 Madison Ave. N.

Kingston, 3 p.m.

Village Green, Blue Heron Room, 26159 Dulay Road NE

The second series of Q&A sessions have been scheduled for Saturday, March 30. The locations and times are:

Silverdale, 9 a.m.

Oxford Suites, Olympic North Room, 9550 Silverdale Way NW

Poulsbo, 11:30 a.m.

Poulsbo Library, 700 NE Lincoln Rd.

Port Orchard, 3 p.m.

City Hall, Council Chambers, 216 Prospect St.

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