Regional Transit Briefing for the Public Sept. 14 in Birmingham

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Birmingham, MI –   On Wednesday, Sept. 14 from 7pm to 8:30pm transit activists will share information on the Regional Transit Plan that will be on the Nov. 8 ballot.    The meeting is at First United Methodist Church of Birmingham

This November, citizens of Oakland, Macomb, Wayne and Washtenaw county will have the opportunity to vote on a regional transit plan that would connect southeast Michigan. Come to the First United Methodist Church of Birmingham on Wednesday, September 14th to learn ctechadwhat the transit plan means for you, your family and your neighbors!

The evening will consist of an in-depth look into the proposed transit plan, an introduction to the Regional Transit Authority of Southeast Michigan, speakers from a variety of sectors across our region and plenty of time for questions!

We look forward to seeing southeast Michigan citizens, elected officials, business owners and all who are interested in learning more about the Regional Master Transit Plan. Please contact Marie Donnigan with questions at (248) 505-2195.

Event sponsored by: A Coalition for Transit (ACT), a broad-based coalition of individuals, elected officials, colleges and universities, hospitals and businesses who support regional transit.

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