What a year it was!
The funding of $24 million in projects, the completion of the Preservation Needs Report, and the awarding of several Connecting Communities grants were just some of the more notable achievements of the Akron Metropolitan Area Transportation Study (AMATS) during 2016, according to its interim director, Curtis Baker.
Baker kicked off the Oct. 7 AMATS Annual Meeting with a morning presentation that recapped the planning agency’s accomplishments during 2016. He also gave his audience gathered at the Sheraton Suites in Cuyahoga Falls a preview of what’s ahead for the Greater Akron area in 2017.
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