Tag Archives: transit

Just imagine how awesome of a wall we’d have around Ann Arbor if, of the past 40 years, we’d invested in bricks instead of the AATA

I should know better than to try to make sense of the arguments being offered by the rag tag band anti-tax activists who have come together to fight the AAATA millage we’ll be voting on next month, but, when I heard that they’d launched a website, I thought that I’d check it out, and see […]

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More Buses vs. Better Transit Now: the two sides square off in preparation for the May 6 vote on the future of mass transit in Ypsi/Arbor

On May 6, the citizens of Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti and Ypsilanti Township are going to have an opportunity to go to their local polling places and weigh in on whether or not they want to enact a milage that would allow the Ann Arbor Area Transit Authority (AAATA) to plan to dramatically expand services. The […]

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Ypsi Planning Commission announces agenda for Nov 18 meeting

Next Wednesday evening, the Ypsi Planning Commission will be holding a public meeting to discuss a number of major initiatives that are in the works. The meeting will begin at 7:00, in the City Council chambers. Following is a breakdown of these projects by city planner Richard Murphy. 1. East/West Cross Streetscaping: The City and […]

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