In March, the Door County Board of Supervisors received three recommendations about the future of the Door 2 Door (D2D) ride service, and the board will vote on the issue at its meeting on May 28, 9 am, at the Government Center.
In April, Door-Tran asked local businesses for support to save D2D. (Door-Tran is a separate entity and does not operate D2D.) Pam Busch, Door-Tran’s mobility manager, received a letter from James Hyland, vice president of communications and public affairs with the Roundy’s Division of the Kroger Company, indicating a five-year pledge to support the D2D system.
“The five-year pledge from Pick ’n Save is the beginning,” Busch said. “Our hope is that other businesses [and] organizations … see the importance for D2D as well and will join us.”
To keep D2D service as it is, the county will need to raise about $165,000 for 2020.To learn more or make a donation, contact Door-Tran at 920.743.9999 or [email protected].