The first Fall Festival Kickoff for Stuff-a-Bus was a success. Several people came out to enjoy the festivities at the Kroger on Lindbergh Drive on October 26. There was pumpkin decorating, a bouncy house, a balloon artist, and storytelling. NASH FM also brocast live for two hours during the event.
Thank you to everyone who participated in the Fall Festival and took the opportunity to donate for Stuff-a-Bus. A special thank you to Kroger for donating the pumpkins, and PODS Peoria for donating a PODS Container for CityLink to use to store donations during the Stuff-a-Bus...Read more
The reality of hunger in Illinois was the focus of this year’s luncheon to kick off the annual Stuff-A-Bus food drive to benefit the Peoria Friendship House of Christian Service. Cristal Thomas, deputy governor in the Office of Governor Pat Quinn and co-chair of the Illinois Commission to End Hunger, was guest speaker at the luncheon. According to the Commission, 1.8 million Illinoisans do not know when or where their next meal might come from, and close to 745,000 of those are children.
The event was held on October 16 at the Gateway Building on the Peoria...Read more
In a continuing effort to be green, CityLink will begin charging $1.00 for the Rider's Guides. This is effective November 1, 2013.
For the first two weeks of the new Rider's Guide distribution, guides will be free. After two weeks, the rider's guides will only be available at the Transit Center and Administrative offices at the cost of $1.00 each.
Please help CityLink cut down on waste by keeping your copy of the Rider’s Guide and not throwing it away.
REMEMBER! The routes and schedules are always available for free on the CityLink...Read more