Sturgeon Bay City Council shows support for Door 2 Door

The Sturgeon Bay Common Council supports talks with the Door County Board of Supervisors on the future operations of the “Door 2 Door” public transportation service. Council members approved a letter to the county at Tuesday night's meeting.  While it doesn't spell out what contributions the city might make to “Door 2 Door”, Community Development Director Marty Olejniczak, says it's a vote of confidence from Sturgeon Bay.



City council member Seth Wiederanders supports ways to consistently fund the operational costs for “Door 2 Door”.  Such funding is needed to help residents with few other transit options.



Wiederanders says the fares for “Door 2 Door” services, which are $3.50 one way or $1.75 for seniors citizens or those with disabilities, are the most affordable way for many residents to get to their destinations.

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