- Associated Press - Friday, July 14, 2017

NORTH LIBERTY, Iowa (AP) - North Liberty officials have decided to end the municipal transit service less than a year after it began.

The City Council had wanted to provide transit for senior citizens and people with disabilities. But the service has averaged less than one person a day since starting in October.

Officials plan to devise a new transit strategy to reach more residents. Mayor Terry Donahue says the city may consider a regional service with Coralville.

The North Liberty service is scheduled to end Sept. 1.

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