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TARC Introduces LINC, Project to Reshape the Future of Local Transit

TARC Introduces LINC, Project to Reshape the Future of Local Transit

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (June 07, 2019) — TARC is introducing LINC its COA & LRP Project which will reshape the future of transit in the Louisville Area. This project will influence the policies and practices for many of TARC’s partner agencies including Louisville Metro, KIPDA, KYTC, INDOT, and others.

“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 L. Risco Jr., TARC Executive Director, “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.”

LINC will lay the ground work for a robust, sustainable, and resilient transit system. It will assess current service and develop options for improving efficiency, reverse ridership decline, and attract new customers.

“As a Louisville resident, I know the importance of this project,” said Shawn Dikes, LINC Project Manager, “It is an opportunity to transform TARC from a transit provider into a mobility manager so residents can have more effective and efficient access to people, places and opportunities.”

A wide range of improvement alternatives will be considered. Public input is crucial, and customers are encouraged to get involved by attending open-house meetings, provide recommendations and learn of developments as LINC continues to progress.

Upcoming opportunities to offer input (map your current, and recommended routes):

  • Summerfest at Chickasaw Park (June 22nd)
  • LINC Open House at TARC, Union Station (June 25th)
  • Online at

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