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TARC is developing short and long-range plans that will shape the future of transit for our communities. These plans will influence policies and practices of TARC’s partner agencies (Louisville Metro, KIPDA, KYTC, INDOT, and other local entities) and the entire region.

“TARC has served the Louisville community for decades, and we want to make sure we’re offering the right services at the right times in the right places,” said Ferdinand Risco, interim executive director of TARC. “I’m excited to hear directly from the people who depend on TARC to get to school, work, and home and learn what we can do to make TARC the transportation choice for even more riders.”

More than 80 percent of TARC trips are to work or to school. TARC serves more than 12.5 million customers who ride almost 14 million miles annually. The system operates 43 routes in five counties in Kentucky and southern Indiana.

In the coming weeks, TARC will have a dedicated project website to help capture input from the public and share project information. We want everyone to participate and help shape the future of public transportation in the Greater Louisville region.


Tarc Short and Long Range Plan Kick off Public Open House    Short and Long Term Plan    Shared Vision

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