are urged to complete a short online survey
about late night service and overall feelings toward the public transportation provider. Those who submit their answers are entered to win a 31-day Jazzy Pass, which normally costs $55.
Unfortunately for most, the map on the survey isn't labeled with street names. Instead, it uses those neighborhood names mostly coined in the 1970s that locals don't really use. (East Riverside, anyone?) Have no fear, the GNOCDC has an awesome map
that can help.
In other local transportation news, riders can finally plan complete trips between RTA and JeT
lines using Google Maps! Hopefully one day, the SBURT bus
will be in that number.