What's Going to Happen to Saturday Delivery?
It was in 2010 when the Postal Service began to lay out plans for reforms to reduce costs and become financially healthier while adapting more digital less expensive technology. One of the most controversial reforms proposed was the elimination of Saturday mail delivery.
Now, five years later, this reform has faded from the Postal Services priority list. In fact USPS delivery has changed from six days to seven, including Sundays, to keep pace with the increased package volume resulting from the e-commerce growth.
There are still reforms being proposed, but they are more proactive, such as creating ways to deliver less mail to the increased amount of new addresses nationwide.