Millage & Service Improvements
Efficient, reliable connections between our communities increases equity and economic opportunity for all residents.
The voters of Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti and Ypsilanti Township approved TheRide’s millage request to expand and improve transit service with the majority vote of 61%. Though approved now, the new 5-year 2.38 mil property tax and services will not go into effect until 2024. These improvements will include several key enhancements to our public transit services.
TheRide will improve transit services to advance the community’s needs for social, environmental and economic sustainability. These will include several key improvements to our public transit services:
Maintain Current Services
Continue providing essential transportation service in the greater Ann Arbor–Ypsilanti Area.
|Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti Express Route|
Limited-stop express route along Washtenaw Ave. decreasing travel time by 30%.
|Expand Overnight Service|
Add overnight and holiday service and expand NightRide to all of City of Ypsilanti, all of Ypsilanti Twp north of Textile Road.
|Increased Frequency of Service|
More buses on the weekends, increasing all 60-minute service to every 30-minutes.
|Customer Service Agents (YTC)|
In-person agents and office improvements at Ypsilanti Transit Center allowing ticket sales and in-person customer service.
|Longer Hours of Service|
Earlier Saturday service and consistently longer hours of operation on both weekday and weekend evenings.
Capital fund for future projects such as terminals, BRT, zero-emission buses, garage, etc.
Powerpoint Presentation outlining the cost, scope, and services of the 2022 Millage & Service Proposal.
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A short outline of the 2022 Millage & Service Proposal.
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