California company gets contract to study transit

Ankeny, Robert
September 2000
Crain's Detroit Business;09/11/2000, Vol. 16 Issue 37, p53
Reports the awarding of contract to Transportation Management Design Inc. to conduct a technical feasibility study of the bus rapid transit in Detroit, Michigan. Implication of the initiative for the appropriation of congressional funds to mass-transit programs; Details of the Speed-Link plan; Identification of proposed routes for the transit program.


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