Get Involved

At its April 19, 2017, meeting, the CATA Board of Directors resolved to suspend the Bus Rapid Transit (“BRT”) project until such time as CATA has reasonable assurances as to the availability of adequate federal funding to support the BRT and authorized the CEO/Executive Director, Sandy L. Draggoo, to take actions to suspend the project on such terms and conditions as she deems necessary and are approved by legal counsel.

Public Input Critical For The Future Of The Corridor

Public input has been critical to the success of the Alternatives Analysis and selection of the Locally Preferred Alternative (LPA), BRT along Michigan/Grand River and will continue to be as the Project moves into Project Development and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) documentation. See the Tool Box panes below to review material that was presented at the open houses. Contact us to tell us more.

Tool Box

The Tool Box is a set of materials that study participants, including you, can use to engage others during different stages of the study. Material will be posted as it becomes available.

One-Pagers

Reports

Technical Memos

Corridor Alternatives

Take A Tour

You may be very familiar with parts of the corridor. Share with us what you know. We also encourage you to learn more about the rest of the corridor. Become our eyes and ears by riding the bus, driving your car, walking the corridor, or taking an on-line virtual tour. Your answers to survey questions will be shared with the project Steering Committee and Technical Committee.

Bus Tour Travel Options: Route 1 schedule and fare information

Corridor Tour Questions