The Sault Transit reduced service because of the COVID-19 pandemic back on April 1.
Brent Lamming, who supervises Sault Transit, hinted at a return to the half-hour service at last night’s City Council meeting.
Brent gave no target date. However, Sault Transit has around 2,000 daily riders. Before the service reduction, the daily ridership was between 6,000 to 7,000.
In other Sault Transit news, the City entered a 50-year agreement for a northern transfer point on the Sault College campus. The City paid a $1 a year nominal lease amount to the college.