Transit Service Adjustments on Feb. 19
As part of Codiac Transpo’s phased COVID-19 recovery and as approved by Moncton City Council, service levels will increase once again effective Sunday, Feb. 19 and restoration to pre-pandemic service level will be complete.  Effective Feb. 19, the following changes will come into effect:  Sunday service will be added to 16 Hennessey, 66 Caledonia, 67 Edinburgh, and 68 Salisbury.  50 Red Line will be extended to terminate at CF Champlain on Sunday.  Addition...
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Codiac Transpo moves forward with project to install CCTV cameras on all transit buses
Codiac Transpo will be installing closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras on all buses over the coming year. The first two buses equipped with cameras will be rolled out this week, with the rest of the fleet to follow. The installation is expected to be complete by year end. The goal of the project is to enhance safety and security for transit users and employees, as well as to protect property. The cameras will also improve Codiac Transpo’s ability to investigate customer complaints as we...
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Lane Reduction on Main Street Between Harper Street and Wheeler Boulevard
The City of Moncton wishes to advise residents and the motoring public that Main Street, across from Chateau Moncton, will be reduced to one lane (westbound) from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Jan. 21 to 27.  This lane reduction is to permit the emergency repair of Bell Aliant communication lines in their manhole. Traffic will be delayed. Signage will be in place to direct traffic. The City apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause, and appreciates the patience and cooperation of residents...
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