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October 14, 2011

Mich.-based MAX receives $2M fed grant

New bus facility will cost an estimated $4.2 million. About $2.2 million in federal funds were awarded to MAX in 2006 and 2007 and will fund the first two phases of the project.


June 20, 2011

Mich. bus route overhaul to increase efficiency, cut costs

The Macatawa Area Express system will revamp half of its routes to make them more efficient and convenient, which will also help reduce costs. The transit system aims to increase service frequencies on standard bus routes to help reduce demand-response usage.


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