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Rossford to see options if city drops TARTA PDF Print E-mail
Written by DAVID DUPONT Sentinel Staff Writer   
Tuesday, 28 February 2012 11:22
ROSSFORD - Before City Council asks citizens whether they want to exit the TARTA system, it wants to have an alternative for public transportation to offer them.
Council Monday on a 6-0 vote approved a contract with Clear View Strategies for $25,948 to develop options to provide transportation if the city leaves the Toledo municipal system.
The company is already doing a transportation study for the City of Perrysburg, which intends to leave TARTA.
Councilman Mike Scott said the study would "dovetail" with what Rossford's neighboring community is doing.
"We think it's important to have synergy with Perrysburg on this," Scott said.
Perrysburg and Rossford are the only Wood County municipalities that are members of TARTA. The study, Scott explained, will gather data on how Rossford citizens use public transportation.
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