RTA launches regional transit planning process

On Tuesday, May 12, the Regional Transit Authority of Southeast Michigan (RTA) announced the kickoff of a process to create a regional transit master plan at Campus Martius Park in downtown Detroit.
According to Crain's Detroit Business, the RTA announced that it would study Woodward, Michigan, and Gratiot avenues as potential routes for bus rapid transit lines as well as create a single master transit plan for the region that is being referred to as "Building Equitable Sustainable Transit," or BEST.
Read more about the RTA's recently announced transit planning process in Crain's Detroit Busines.
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