The Connecticut Public Transportation Commission is holding a public hearing in Danbury tonight about public transit, dial-a-ride and other services. The group is looking to gather information from both public transit users and from service providers about what's working, what's not working and suggestions about service.
State official Frederick Riese says they will use the information gathered to make recommendations in their annual report to the Governor, the Commissioner of Transportation and the legislature's transportation committee. Riese says the Commission will likely hear about the signal issues with Metro North's Danbury branch.
The public hearing is tonight in Danbury City Hall at 7:30pm.