Demolished homes make way for commuter bus terminal on former used car lot

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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