The demolition of three houses on East Michigan Avenue in early January marks the beginning of plans by commuter bus service Michigan Flyer to build a new passenger terminal at the gateway to Lansing's east side. The $1.6 million project includes the redevelopment of 10 properties on Howard and Detroit streets in Lansing Township and will rise from a former used car lot on Michigan Avenue.
According to excerpts from the article:
"Michigan Flyer, part of Owosso-based Indian Trails Inc., plans a temporary bus station that eventually would be replaced with a permanent terminal and an office building or hotel. The latter phase of the project requires an outside development partner, officials have said.
"The earliest the company might start work on a temporary terminal would be this spring, he said. There is no timeline for a permanent terminal."
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