Web Poll: Should Ponoka join the BOLT Transit system

With the recent announcement that Greyhound is axing its B.C. and Alberta routes, we ask about BOLT

With the announcement that Greyhound is closing up its routes in B.C. and Alberta, Ponoka News looks at what is available to residents.

There is the BOLT Transit system jointly operated by the cities of Red Deer and Lacombe as well as the Town of Blackfalds. We ask the question if residents would like to be added to the system.


Tell us your thoughts.

As with any of the Ponoka News polls, they are a way to engage with readers and get a feel for what residents want. They do not represent an official petition or plebiscite and do not represent the Town of Ponoka. Check at www.ponokanews.com/web-poll for more polls.

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