DETROIT (WWJ) – What would you like to see in a mass transit plan for Metro Detroit?
Residents along the Woodward Avenue corridor are being asked for their input at a series of hearings starting Monday evening.
Talking to WWJ Newsradio 950′s Ron Dewey, Ferndale resident Jim Poole said it would have to be user-friendly.
“I think that both connecting to some of the northern suburbs and south into the city — I think that’s the key, is it’s got to be useful for both those things,” Poole said. “I think it’s be a really plus for the city and this sort of section of southeast Oakland county.”
For Lou Beckham, walking is his current mode of transportation along Woodward, but while he would prefer light rail system, he says he would take whatever can get people from one point to another quickly and efficiently.
“People will get to work more quicker and more better, more faster, on time, you know, so they can have a very productive day,” Beckham said. “I think the plan, if they put it in motion … I think it would work out right.”