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It’s kind of wonky, but it’s a visible step: the Ann Arbor to Detroit Rapid Transit Study has posted the Detailed Definition of Alternatives segment of their alternatives analysis and draft environmental impact statement study.
The document is a refinement of the options presented for public comment last fall, including a reduction of the number of alternatives from 12 to 5 (a few were eliminated through a “fatal flaw analysis”; others just didn’t measure up), and the remaining alternatives have been fleshed out to the point of including route / station maps and scheduling details. All alternatives would apparently feature every-20-minutes peak hour operation; proposed operating hours appear to be 5am – 12am on weekdays / Saturdays; fares proposed at $1.50 within A2/Ypsi “zone”, $3.00 to the DTW zone, and $6.00 to the Detroit zone.
No word yet on the website of what the next step is, or when.
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