Snowmass transit dept. launches new website
The Snowmass Village Transportation Department launched a new website on April 21 to provide a go-to resource for anyone traveling around Snowmass Village.
“We are always looking for new ways to make the Village Shuttle and other transportation services easier and more convenient, especially for people who are new to town or visiting for the first time,” said David Peckler, director of transportation for the town of Snowmass Village. “We’re always looking for new ways to improve access to schedules, rider resources, and information about parking. This site is a huge step in the right direction.”
Snowmasstransit.com also allows the department to be more responsive. Service levels change seasonally and sometimes even day-to-day depending on special events. Users can stay up to speed on these changes easily by signing up to receive notifications on schedule changes or other news and announcements by email or text message.
Other site features include:
A translation function for non-English speakers
Easily navigable Village Shuttle routes and schedules by destination or origin
A subscription-based news feed and job listing repository
An online request tracker where citizens can log comments, compliments or concerns, and track how these are being addressed
Each Village Shuttle stop sign will include a URL listing and QR code directing riders to information pertinent to that specific location or route.
The town is soliciting public feedback on the site’s ease of use and content over the next few weeks. Visit snowmasstransit.com and click on “Report a Concern” to register your comment.
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