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Possible Changes For The Loop Bus Service

Updated: March 18, 2013 12:55 PM CDT
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Bettendorf city leaders are looking to reduce the bus service that takes riders from one Quad City downtown to another, also known as the loop.

Officials will meet Tuesday to set a date for a public hearing at which changes to the Loop service will be discussed.

Right now, the Loop travels just four days a week,Thursday to Sunday.

The service is a $1.4 million investment in the Quad Cities, but the federal grant that funds it is ending.

To save money, city leaders are looking at running it just two days a week, or possibly only during the summer months.