AATA board approves Detroit airport shuttle and voices support for regional transit authority

From AnnArbor.com:

The Ann Arbor Transportation Authority’s governing board voted Feb. 16, 2012 to approve a new Detroit airport shuttle service and voiced support for a regional transit authority.

The airport shuttle service is expected to start in April, scheduling trips between Ann Arbor and the Detroit Metropolitan Airport.

That’s one step forward for the AATA as it pushes ahead with a countywide expansion of public transit services in Washtenaw County.

“The staff is working incredibly hard and is getting a great deal done. I’m very excited and proud of the u196 people,” said AATA Board Chairman Jesse Bernstein, referring to those serving on an unincorporated countywide transit authority board called the u196 board.

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