Public efforts to find the next leader of the Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority kick off Tuesday.
Community members get a chance to share what they want from the AAATA's next CEO at a public meeting.
Board Chair Charles Griffith says leadership, communications, and strategic planning skills, as well as knowledge of transit systems, are some of the characteristics the board wants. He expects the passage of the transit millage will help land a quality candidate. "The prospects for increasing the size of our system and looking at even more planning for the future will provide someone with a lot of ambition to want to come here," Griffith says.
Tuesday's meeting starts at 5:30 at the downtown Ann Arbor library.