MDOT seeks comments on State Rail Plan

The Michigan Department of Transportation is holding a series of six public meetings across the state to present the draft State Rail Plan and ask the public to weigh-in with comments. The public meetings will give people an opportunity to review the draft document, ask questions and provide input before the plan is finalized. The meetings will also provide an opportunity to learn about the current rail system and future trends, rail funding challenges and opportunities, and investment scenarios that will inform state policymakers.
Anonymous
May 26, 2011

People also can learn about and comment on the draft plan by visiting the State Rail Plan website: www.michigan.gov/mirailplan.

The plan is expected to be finalized in July. Comments will be accepted until July 1.

The following meetings will be open to the public from 4-7:30 p.m., with presentations at 4:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.:

— Tuesday, June 7: Michigan State University, Detroit campus
— Wednesday, June 8: Battle Creek Unlimited, Battle Creek
— Thursday, June 9: Mass Transit Facility, Flint
— Tuesday, June 14: Bay de Noc Community College, Escanaba
— Wednesday, June 15: Michigan Works! Service Center, Traverse City
— Thursday, June 16: MDOT Grand Rapids Transportation Service Center, 2660 Leonard St. N.E. in Grand Rapids

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