The transit authority board held a special meeting Thursday related to the proposed transit hub in downtown Troy.
The recently adopted five-year capital plan reflects $2.35 million for the new type of vehicle.
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Bad weather, low fuel costs, and ride-hailing services may have played a role, a CDTA spokesperson told The Alt.
The Troy Community Land Bank board also approved the purchase of one parcel for the potential project on Wednesday.
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Troy real-estate developer David Bryce has sued CDTA, seeking to block an eminent domain proceeding related to the planned Uncle Sam Transit Center.
The board approved the results of a public hearing earlier this month. “We are trying work with them to move the project forward,” said David Bryce.
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