German-American Festival increases shuttle servicesWritten by Matt Liasse | | firstname.lastname@example.org
Because the turnout for the German-American Festival grows every year, organizers are providing more shuttle service. Attendees will be able to take shuttles directly to the festival grounds from nine Toledo locations.
“With increased crowd size comes increased responsibility,” said festival chairman Tim Pecsenye. “We want festivalgoers to have fun, but more importantly we want them to be safe.”
Pecsenye calculated how many people the shuttles can hold and what it would mean if those cars were off the road. He said five or six miles of backed-up traffic can be eliminated.
The eight locations are Bar 145 on Monroe Street; Berger’s Olde Tyme on Laskey Road; Mayfly Tavern and Anchor Inn in Point Place; The Attic on Adams Street and Ye Olde Cock n’ Bull in Downtown; Tres Belle in Perrysburg; the Lucas County Rec Center; and Icons Eatery and Entertainment in Oregon.
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