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The Williamsburg Area Transit Authority has launched a survey to find out how it can improve bus service throughout the region.
WATA is working to develop a six-year plan to maintain and enhance public transportation in the Historic Triangle. The survey is one of several steps the authority is undertaking to figure out how to improve its offerings.
The survey is available online or at the James City County Library, the Williamsburg Regional Library, the James City County Human Services Building, the James City County Government Center, the Williamsburg Transportation Center and the Williamsburg Municipal Building.
The survey must be completed by June 30. It asks a handful of questions, including how the survey taker gets to a variety of destinations and how familiar he or she is with bus service in the area.
WATA provides bus service throughout the Greater Williamsburg area, serving Williamsburg, much of James City County and Upper York County. It also provides service to Lee Hall in Newport News and to Surry County.