If there was more public transportation in downtown Birmingham, would you ride it? That's what the Birmingham Jefferson County Transit Authority wants to know.
The group held a public meeting Tuesday night to get input on adding a downtown circulator, which would take riders to different areas downtown.
"The city of Birmingham has evolved over the last few years. And so, the transit authority has to evolve," said Bacarra Mauldin, BJCTA board member.
If you couldn't make it to the meeting, the group has a survey posted online asking for your input. To take the survey, visit http://www.bjcta.org/downtown-public-transit-survey/
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