Peninsula Transportation Coalition gets boost

A recent grant will help the Peninsula Transportation Coalition further study options for a bus system that would work simultaneously with others currently supplying rides.  Coalition member Louise Howson says the $2,500 grant from the Door County Community Foundation is the latest step in its mission to meet service goals for residents and visitors and offer employment opportunities.  She says the next step is to connect routes between and within Door County communities, much like what was done in Sister Bay.



Howson says plans are for the shuttle to run this summer.   The endgame is to have a transportation system that runs throughout the Peninsula in the smoothest and most efficient manner.  The new system would work hand-in-hand with Door Tran and the County’s Door2Door Rides and ADRC services.     


(photo courtesy of pixabay) 

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