Have you ever thought about taking a CityLink bus, but hesitated because of something you heard through word-of-mouth, or saw on TV or the internet? There seems to be several myths surrounding public transportation, and today we are going to set the record straight.
If you tune in to WEEK 25, HOI 19, The CW 4, WMBD 31, or WYZZ 43 over the next couple of months, there's a good chance you might see the TV spot below. The CityLink 30-Day Pass and Day Pass are both great options for individuals who want to avoid driving in poor winter weather conditions. Our professionally trained operators will ensure you safely arrive at your destination.
We've been talking about our 30-Day Pass and Day since it was introduced back in September. Here is a refresher on the basics of each pass:
Andrew Dwyer recently joined CityLink as the new Director of Mobility (formerly called Director of Special Services). He is responsible for overseeing GPMTD’s contracts with MV Transportation for CityLift and County Link; coordinating CityLink’s Special Services programs and services, including Benefit Access, CityLift Paratransit Service and CityLink’s half-fare programs; coordinating and implementing the certification process for the general public...Read more
Jill Goforth recently joined CityLink as the Director of Federal Programs. In her new role, she will be in charge of ensuring CityLink is in compliance with all applicable federal laws, regulations, and policies; preparing quarterly Federal Transit Administration (FTA) grant...Read more
The 28th Annual Stuff-A-Bus food drive to benefit Peoria Friendship House of Christian Service wrapped up on Tuesday, December 1 with a press conference at the gymnasium at Peoria Friendship House. Thanks to the generosity of the people of Peoria, a total of 18,363 pounds or 9.18 tons of donations were collected during the campaign.
“We are truly overwhelmed by the outpouring of generosity from the good people of Peoria,”...Read more
The 2016 Peoria Historical Calendar is now available! The calendar features a collection of streetcar photographs taken by local train enthusiast Paul Stringham in the 1930s and 1940s when Illinois Power ran the electric streetcars in Peoria. Stringham’s interest in streetcars stemmed from his father’s occupation as a streetcar motorman and car barn foreman for Illinois Power. Stringham passed away in 2005 at the age of 92, and his photo collection is now owned by Dr. Richard Deller.
The 28th Annual Stuff-A-Bus food drive to benefit the Peoria Friendship House of Christian Service officially began on Friday, November 6 at the Kroger on Lake Avenue. A press conference was held inside the store to kickoff the 2015 campaign. Representatives from CityLink and Peoria Friendship House spoke on the impact the Stuff-A-Bus food drive has on the food pantry at Peoria Friendship House. Last year, over 11 tons of food were collected, but the food only lasted until May, and the need only continues to grow. Peoria Friendship House has distributed over 73,000 meals to hungry...Read more
CityLink has once again expanded its online presence by launching two new Social Media accounts. In addition to CityLink's established YouTube Channel, CityLink recently launched official Facebook and Twitter accounts. These accounts were created to keep customers up-to-date on important information and service updates.
The CityLink Transit Center recently obtained a new Genfare self-service ticket vending machine. The vending machine was fully installed and ready for use on Friday, August 28. It provides convenience and flexibility for passengers wanting to buy bus tickets in advance. The vending machine at the Transit Center issues the $3 Day Pass and the $40 30 Day Pass.