(GRAND RAPIDS BUSINESS JOURNAL) - The possibility of a streetcar line in Grand Rapids is again under consideration.
The idea was first proposed in 2008, but quickly dissolved due to the economic downturn. Recently, however, a new committee was formed, and a study now is underway to determine the viability of a streetcar line in the city.
But don't get too excited just yet. Josh Leffingwell, a member of the streetcar committee and communications director at West Michigan Environmental Action Council, said it's still too early in the process to know if Grand Rapids will actually get a streetcar line.
For more on this story, check out this week's Grand Rapids Business Journal.