Page 8-Wednesday; July 25, 1979-The Michigan Daily
AATA and shuttledeckers
provide parking alternative
By JOHN GOVER Arbor Transportation Authority
Finding a place to park during the (AATA), and the Liberty Shut-
art fair is one hassle that can be tledeckers.
avoided. Motorists going to the fair are Ron Ricciardi, Marketing Assistant
encorage totakeadvntag of for AATA, said motorists can park their
encouraged to take advantage of cars at Pioneer High school, at the cor-
ecial bus service provided by the Ann ner of Stadium Blvd. and Main Street,
and then take an AATA bus into town.
The buses will leave Pioneer every
half hour between 6:30 a.m. to 9:45 p.m.
Fare will be the usual 35 cents per ride,
The Pioneer bus connects with the
AATA Art Fair shuttle at Fourth
Avenue and William Street every half
Another way to get around at the art
fair is by the Liberty Shuttledeckers,
British-style doubledecker buses that
will make a circuit around the down-
town, Wednesday through Friday from
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday from 9
a.m. to 3 p.m.
Another shuttledecker bus will make
regular stops at the parking lot of the
Marriott Inn, 3600 Plymouth Rd. A 50
cent fare will be charged for the ride to
Doily Photo the Gandy Dancer. Riders can transfer
Liberty Shuttledecker to the regular shuttledecker route for
the ride to the fair locations.
SLargest Selection in the Midwest -
Ovor 50,000 Titles in Stock
"y10 % Discount on Most Hardcovers
" Art Gallery & Custom Framing
303 S. State 668-7652
Saturday 9-3 p.m.
Every 10 minutes
AMTRAK Gandy Dancer
*-E 1 e---
Liberty )li * - - Lberty
Main and Washington
Nicel's Arcade. State St.
Added 11-2 p.m. only
(Detroit St. and Fifth Ave.)
JEANS, TOPS AND
SKIRTS UP TO
ART FAIR SALE
MEN'S SHIRTS AND
PANTS UP TO
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