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Displaying items tagged: Interurban Transit Partnership

Sunday, 22 May 2022 18:12

New operations center to ensure continuity of Go!Bus paratransit services

The Interurban Transit Partnership has received board and federal approval to purchase a $1.95 million property in Grandville for its new paratransit service operations center.

Sunday, 20 January 2019 20:14

FINDING MOMENTUM: The Rapid secures nearly $1 million to study ways to spur growth along Silver Line route

A new effort aims to find ways to kickstart economic growth along The Rapid’s Silver Line bus route from Grand Rapids though southern Kent County.

Published in Economic Development
Friday, 28 September 2018 19:43

Transit planners push for options amid uncertainty over ridership

As transportation advocates and urban planners push new mobility strategies, they’re also working to see how new tools may affect the future of traditional mass transit.

Published in Economic Development

Saturday, 18 August 2018 17:26

New development could transform Walker’s Standale district

WALKER — City planners hope to encourage downtown-style urbanism in the years ahead along a key suburban commercial corridor northwest of Grand Rapids.

Saturday, 09 June 2018 00:12

Mixed Messages: Expanded Michigan Street transit service comes amid massive parking development

GRAND RAPIDS — In offering increased transit service along one of West Michigan’s densest employment corridors, Grand Rapids officials hope to fulfill a goal of one of the city’s key urban planning documents.

Published in Economic Development
Thursday, 26 October 2017 09:57

Labor contract dispute raises tensions ahead of The Rapid millage vote

An ongoing labor dispute between The Rapid and its unionized drivers and maintenance workers has become a wedge issue for groups typically aligned in support of transit millages.

Published in Breaking News

Friday, 29 April 2016 13:26

Proposed downtown Grand Rapids grocery store fills growing need, partners say

The partners in a newly proposed grocery store in downtown Grand Rapids cite the growing number of residents and workers in the Heartside neighborhood as a sign that the city needs more food options.

Published in Breaking News