Archived News Release: September 1, 2016 - The City of Ann Arbor, after extensive review by the Federal Railroad Administration, is releasing the Alternatives Analysis Phase II report. The report builds upon the Phase I Alternatives Analysis by examining, in detail, three possible train station sites. The report is available on the project website at www.a2gov.org/annarborstation. The next round of public meetings to discuss the report and accept public comment are being scheduled for the latter half of September.
This Alternatives Analysis is the result of technical and environmental analysis compliant with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and public input received since February 2014. The Ann Arbor Station planning effort is led by the City of Ann Arbor with the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) and the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA).
Additional project information, including notes and presentations from previous meetings, can be found at www.a2gov.org/annarborstation.
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