Ypsilanti City Council cuts bus route
Ypsilanti City Council voted to eliminate the Ann Arbor Transportation Authority’s bus route five in the city Tuesday night.
The move, along with scaling back hours for two routes and pledging to put bus funding in front of voters, was part of an effort to curb a $123,000 shortfall in the amount the city will be charged for its AATA purchase of service agreement.
City Council approved the resolution, which was proposed by Council member Peter Murdock, D-Ward 3, in a 5-1 vote during a strategic budget session.
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