Transportation Network to Open New Facility

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A Fort Wayne-based nonprofit is set to cut the ribbon Thursday on a new $1 million facility. Community Transportation Network provides door-to-door rides for seniors, people with disabilities and low income families and children. May 7, 2014

News Release

FORT WAYNE, Ind. - Community Transportation Network, an investor in Greater Fort Wayne Inc., will celebrate its new facility with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, May 8th at 2:15 p.m., located at 5601 Industrial Road.

Community Transportation Network (CTN) works to provide dependable and efficient transportation, so no one is left behind. Operating over the past fourteen years, CTN has grown to be an effective transportation alternative for the nonprofit sector. Working with over 70 partner groups and organizations, CTN empowers more than 3,000 riders of all ages and all abilities to access the community. Using 20 vehicles, CTN annually averages 45,000 rides with door-through- door service.

An open house will be held from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. where guests will be invited on a "CTN Route" through the new facility, learning about the impact CTN provides throughout the community. Light refreshments will also be served.

For more information on Community Transportation Network visit their website at:

About Greater Fort Wayne Inc.

Greater Fort Wayne Inc. is the new organization that unifies the Fort Wayne-Allen County Economic Development Alliance and the Greater Fort Wayne Chamber of Commerce, serving as a single point of contact for economic growth in Greater Fort Wayne. Together, we're growing a more prosperous, vibrant community in Greater Fort Wayne. To learn more about Greater Fort Wayne Inc., visit

Source: Greater Fort Wayne Inc.