is at the library, and I found the minutes of the March meeting of the Ann Arbor Transportation Authority board posted at TheRide.org. The website confirmed that this was indeed the right date for the u196 meeting-but it was to be held at AATA headquarters on South Industrial. No time was mentioned, so I could only assume I'd be very late. Or very early. Sigh. Back down the stairs; back into the car. The reception area at AATA headquarters was empty, but the doo..."/>
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The remaining participants will then work through their district representatives and the financial task force to determine a funding structure. If and when funding is secured, AATA will essentially disband-and no one will ever have to hunt for the u196 board again. No longer "u", it will emerge from the shadows as a well-financed force for regional transit.    (end of article)

[Originally published in June, 2012.]

 

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