Our mission is to manage and secure transportation resources that significantly enhance mobility options, to improve quality of life for the residents and to increase economic viability for the region.

We envision a region with sufficient and secure funding to support enhanced public transportation options that will ensure accessibility, satisfy the integrated mobility needs of the community, and promote livable, healthy, and sustainable growth.

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Join us today and help make regional transit in our region a reality! If the Regional Master Transit Plan doesn't fulfill the needs in your community or neighborhood, we need to know about it. This is the perfect forum to make sure your voice is heard and your needs are met! Get down to the Detroit Regional Chamber TODAY and let's work together to bring #RapidReliableRegional transit to #metroDetroit! ...

RTA Meeting - Regional Master Transit Plan

July 28, 2016, 1:00pm

The RTA will be holding a special meeting this Thursday, July 28 to address the Master Plan, which was postponed temporarily after last week's regularly scheduled board meeting. This meeting will take place this Thursday at 1:00pm at the Detroit Regional Chamber Office (One Woodward Ave (19th Floor), Detroit, MI. We encourage you to attend and speak out on why transit matters to you. This meeting is a crucial step in moving the master plan forward and without sufficient support, further delay could be on the horizon. Since we released the Master Plan on May 31, there has been considerable feedback on a variety of issues. Due to a significant amount of recent feedback from Oakland and Macomb counties regarding revenue and other projections in the plan, the Regional Transit Authority requested an additional week to evaluate and address those concerns. Our Board Chair, Paul Hillegonds assures, "The Board is committed to collaboration and to creating the best possible plan for effective regional transit in Southeast Michigan. This additional week for evaluating and addressing concerns is an important step toward realizing the best possible plan for the region.” Please join us and be a part of moving regional transit forward for our community.

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