Ann Arbor Area Community News
As gas prices continue to increase, more and more people in Washtenaw County are looking for alternative ways to get to work.
One possible (though not immediate) alternative is Commuter Rail.
There are currently two proposed rail projects connecting Ann Arbor to outlining areas.
One project that continues to move forward is the Washtenaw Livingston Line, or WALLY.
Today the Washtenaw Area Transportation Study gave a presentation on the WALLY. This presentation is a summary of reports compiled by R.L. Banks and Associates, the consultant that has been hired to judge the feasibility of the project.
Here is a summary of the major conclusions from the reports:
There is lots more in the reports online. You can read all of the reports here.
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