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AATA bus on Fourth Ave.

Big Stretch

Who decides AATA's future--and who pays?

From the March, 2009 issue

"We are the Ann Arbor economic region-people who live in the city and the surrounding townships," Ann Arbor Transportation Authority chair David Nacht told city council in January. Nacht, an attorney by trade, was trying to persuade skeptical council members that AATA should expand into a countywide transit authority.

 
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