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Baruah, who is playing a supporting role in the bid for Amazon, said there could be "creative solutions" to existing mass transit shortcomings detailed in the Amazon proposal."Dan and the mayor have a plan for this, and I don't want to step on them," Baruah said.
In an interview at Detroit Homecoming, Duggan declined to say how Detroit and the region might address its mass transit issues in the Amazon proposal, which is due Oct. But as the Amazon proposal gets written, Duggan and the four county leaders have hired transportation consulting firm HNTB Corp.
And then online retail behemoth Amazon dropped its request for proposals that said access to mass transit options and connections to an international airport were critical components to its plans to plant up to 50,000 workers in a city outside of its hometown of Seattle."What Amazon has proposed is a reminder that any major site location in our region which adds a good number of employees requires better public transit than we have," said Paul Hillegonds, chairman of the Regional Transit Authority of Southeast Michigan. And growth, which we all want, will require better connections."As Duggan tapped Quicken Loans Chairman Dan Gilbert to lead a Super Bowl-like bid for Amazon, discussion at last week's Detroit Homecoming gathering of business leaders and former Detroiters centered on how the city could overcome long-shot odds of being the winning city."The prospect of the Amazon headquarters underscores the reason regional transit has to be addressed," said Jim Martinez, spokesman for Wayne County Executive Warren Evans.
Duggan said there will be a transit team within Gilbert's committee tasked with addressing how Amazon employees would get around."Everyone recognizes that our challenges in regional transit are one of the key hurdles to overcome," said Sandy Baruah, president and CEO of the Detroit Regional Chamber.
SMART operates in the suburbs, DDOT buses run routes within the city and Refle X is a regional limited-stop bus line run by both systems between the city and suburbs."I don't know if it's possible, but in my mind we ought to see if we can put these together in one centrally run bus system," Duggan said.
Robinson has taught kindergarten through second grade for the past 20 years, working 17 of those 20 for Belton ISD.
High Point Elementary Principal Amy Armstrong has worked with Robinson at two separate schools, and describes Robinson as "very intentional with everything that she does in the classroom." Armstrong added that every single kid in her classes make significant progress and is a result of the dedication, long hours, and work she puts into perfecting her craft.
It is rewarding to watch students develop skills and become certified.”Sullivan has taught building maintenance and repair, construction trades, construction management and construction technology in Belton ISD for the past 31 years.
Likewise, Robinson has a distinguished teaching career.
“Even kids who might struggle in other areas excel in his class. He fosters relationships with his kids and with community partners.