Troy transit center to open Oct. 14

October 10, 2014

This month sees an important milestone in continuing upgrades to Michigan’s transportation system:

A $6.3 million transportation center in Troy built after years of debate in is set to open.

The Troy Multi-Modal Transit Center is to hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony open to the public Oct. 14.

The transit center will offer passenger rail service, regional bus routes and taxi services…

Mayor Dane Slater said increasing the community’s connectedness is a priority and the transit center is an important step…

Troy is located about 15 miles north-northwest of Detroit. Amtrak’s three daily Wolverine trains from Pontiac serve Troy en route to Chicago via Detroit, Ann Arbor, and Kalamazoo.

Read the rest of the story in Crain’s Detroit Business, 9 October 2014

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