Door 2 Door may be in trouble

The Door 2 Door shared ride service has been giving people rides in Door County since 2009 but rising costs may force it to become unavailable. According to Door County Administrator Ken Pabich, about $180,000 will be needed in taxpayer money in 2020. At the Door County board meeting on March 26th, there will be a presentation talking about what needs to be done to keep Door 2 Door alive. Pabich says the funding for Door 2 Door has been an issue for about four years now. The county has had to decrease the number of rides given in 2018 and Pabich says the reserve they used to keep D2D going has run out.



In 2019, the County Board allocated an additional $80,000 to cover costs and to study what can be done to preserve the system.

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