enidnews.com : "Elda Jones said she has used Enid Transit for eight or nine years, after moving from Alva because there was public transportation available in Enid. She uses the service two to three times a week.
As a volunteer at Loaves & Fishes of Northwest Oklahoma, Jones sees others using the service as well.
"To see the clients coming in and shopping and going home, they have to take public transportation. There's no other way, and the food is necessary, they've got to have the food," she said. "I know that the public transportation is not making money, but it's not there. It's for a public service."
Several users of Enid Transit expressed a desire to have the service expanded beyond the 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. hours offered Monday through Saturday.
Among them, Diana Smith said she is a legally blind resident of Enid.
"Without the Enid Transit, I could not go to work every day," she said."