WESTPORT — The Westport Transit District’s co-directors will be at the Westport Railroad Station on Tuesday to track down commuters’ comments about the Wheels2U Westport shuttle service to the town’s rail depots.

Peter Gold and Karina Betfarhad are scheduled to be at the Saugatuck depot from 6 to 10 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 3, to discuss the on-demand shuttle bus service with commuters and to hear suggestions on ways to improve local public transportation.

The Westport officials will be joined by representatives of the Norwalk Transit District, which is contracted to operate the Wheels2U program. 

The group plans to be on the sidewalk on the New York-bound side of the station, next to the elevator, at the corner of Franklin Street and Railroad Place. In case of inclement weather, they will be inside the station.

The meet-and-greet is planned for commuters “to let us know what’s right with Wheels2U, what’s not working and what we can do better,” Gold said in a press statement.

“If commuters aren’t using Wheels2U, we want to find out if they have some need we aren’t meeting so we can perhaps address it,” he added.

Betfarhad, in the statement, said, “This is an opportunity for all Westport residents, not just railroad commuters, to let us know what services they would like the Westport Transit District to provide going forward, and to give us any other suggestions they may have on how to improve transit services in Westport.”