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#6 Sheridan Route Detour 3/20/17
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Due to the bridge and road construction on Sheridan Road...

Error in Mar. 2017 Rider's Guide on #4 Knoxville Route
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There was an error printed in the March 2017 CityLink...

Peoria Heights Detour (Friday, March 17, 2017)
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Due to an event being held in Peoria Heights on Friday,...

Temporary Stop on #4 Knoxville Route at Crossing Drive & Knoxville No Longer Available as of 3/6/17
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The temporary bus stop located at Knoxville and...
#6 Sheridan & #10 Sterling Detours (Updated 12/6/16)
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Due to road construction at Sheridan and McClure the...

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Paratransit

Advertising Wraps Bring New Life to the Exterior of CityLift Vehicles

At the September 19, 2016 GPMTD Board of Trustees meeting, Heller Outdoor Group was awarded an exclusive contract to sell advertising on CityLift paratransit vehicles. Since the contract was awarded, President/Owner of Heller Outdoor Group, Neil Heller, has been very busy selling advertising wraps to local businesses in the Greater Peoria area. Thus far, 13 out of CityLift's 36 vehicles have wraps installed on all three sides of the vehicle. The areas of the vehicles that are currently available for advertising include the Driver-side, Passenger-side, and Back-side. They have added a...Read more

CityLink Director of Marketing Takes a Ride Along with CityLift

CityLink Director of Marketing Emily Watson recently went on a “ride along” with one of the operators for CityLift, which is the demand response paratransit service comprised of 48 vehicles, managed by the Greater Peoria Mass Transit District (GPMTD) and operated by MV Transportation.
 
On Thursday, July 7, Emily arrived at the CityLift office and facilities, located at 1030 W. Olympia Drive, at 10:30 a.m.  She was given a tour of the facilities by CityLift General Manager Angel Marinich.  The CityLift facilities are comprised of administrative offices, dispatch,...Read more

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