First off, starting April 25 the transfer hub that is currently located between Lorne and Scarth Streets on 12th Ave. will shift two blocks west and will be located between McIntyre and Lorne Streets next to the City Hall parkade and the Central Library. From there, the buses will proceed east on 12th Ave past Victoria Park with the next stop being located between Hamilton and Rose Streets. The shift is being made to accommodate work that’s to begin shortly on transforming Victoria Park into City Square as part of the Downtown Neighbourhood Plan. For more info call 777-7433.
Regina Transit is also holding two public information sessions to discuss the future vision for transit in the city. The first will be held April 22 at the Glencairn Recreation Centre (2626 Dewdney Ave.. East) from 7-9 p.m. The second session will be held May 3 at City Hall from 5-7 p.m. Regina Transit staff will make a formal 30-minute presentation, then be available to answer questions. Additional sessions will be held in late May and early June.
Further to the City Square project, the Regina Farmers Market is set to kick-off its 2010 outdoor season on May 1. Because of construction activity around Victoria Park, the market will be shifting from its Scarth Street location to the City Hall courtyard for the summer, with the markets being held Saturdays and Wednesdays from 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. as usual. For more information, visit their website.
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