SporTran opens its second-phase for the City’s bus systems.
City officials held a ribbon-cutting at the new facility at the Southwest Transit on St. Vincent Avenue.
It offers additional routes, public restrooms, and a community policing office.
“Really make it easier and more convenient for those folks but also with the police presence here that means a lot to this community,” said Mayor Ollie Tyler, City of Shreveport.
“I think it will be a great partnership to bring security not only to this facility but also this area,” said Dinero Washington, CEO of SporTran.
SporTran uses energy-efficient buses and they’ll have the data back on how much money is saved by next year.