“These buses will allow Spor- Tran to continue our 2011 goal of increasing our use of clean fuels and becoming a more greenfriendly, energy-efficient transit system,” said Dinero Washington, director of SporTran..
Shreveport City Councilwoman Stephanie Lynch will host a Community Town Hall Meeting, Monday, April 6, at 6 p.m. at Airport Park, 6500 Kennedy Drive in Shreveport to provide information and receive comments on the crime, streets, trash, litter, loud music, animal control, overgrown lots, dilapidated houses, drainage and sewer.
“I know about budgeting, I know about volunteers. … I’ve been on boards, like the YWCA. I’ve run the Caddo-Bossier Domestic Violence Task Force for about five years. I just stepped down from that so I could work on the legislative committee,” she said..
The company is restructuring routes and adopting new practices to become more efficient and better serve customers. Stickers will be posted on the blue carts with a toll free number (1-888-347 -7288) for customers to call in the case of delayed service or missed pickups.
Passengers who would normally access SporTran on Audrey Lane, East West Avenue, Fifth Street or Freddie Street will have to use the nearest bus stops on either Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, David Raines Boulevard or Russell Road..
“Cruising,” as it is commonly referred to, entails offenders driving slowly up and down city streets, often stopping in the roadways. blocking access to neighborhoods and businesses. In addition to complaints regarding traffic congestion, officers frequently receive other reports from concerned citizens regarding.
The Caddo Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness advises that Caddo Lake is expected to crest at 174 feet sometime over the weekend. Piers, boat houses and homes near the water face significant flooding. Boaters should be cautious near residential areas and slow down.