Monthly Archives: July 2014

Do You Have Burning Questions About The Silver Line?

Let’s talk Silver Line. With the Division Corridor Bus Rapid Transit Project arriving in less than a month, we’re prepared to answer any last minute questions you may have. Join us on Tuesday, July 29 and Monday, August 11 in the Community Room at Central Station from 5:30 – 7:00 pm.  From new ticket vending machines… Read more »

Bringing Nature To Central Station

Rapid Central Station recently became a little more green. But little maybe be an understatement, as our new foliage installation is actually one of the area’s largest outdoor living walls. The 500 square foot planted wall was completed last week by a joint effort between LiveWall LLC and Summit Landscape Management of Grand Rapids. The green wall took approximately… Read more »

Celebrating The Urban Mass Transportation Act of 1964

It’s time to celebrate the achievements of public transportation! Today marks the 50th anniversary of the Urban Mass Transportation Act of 1964. To give you some background, the Urban Mass Transportation Act of 1964 was signed into law by President Lyndon B. Johnson. This act created the program for federal investment in public transportation systems across the U.S. by… Read more »

8 Farmers Markets We Can Get You To

Outdoor farmers markets are a destination we should never take for granted. And for many people, they’re a quintessential part of the summer agenda. Fortunately, here in the Grand Rapids area we have a number of fantastic farmers markets within walking distance from several bus routes. So load up your tote bags, put on a pair… Read more »