Speaking from the new Stellantis $1.6 billion Mack Assembly Plant, Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan delivered his eighth State of the City address, where he approached a multitude of topics from vaccines to gun violence and employment to housing.
Standing inside the new plant, Duggan touted the
Last March, the normalcy of life from in-person work at the office, restaurant dining, and transit methods like riding the bus were disrupted thanks to the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic. A year later, as the number of new cases remains above where they were
Public transit throughout the world has suffered through the Covid-19 pandemic, but maybe not in the way one would think. Prior to the pandemic, roughly 100,000 Detroiters and those in the Metro area utilized bus transportation daily. This resulted in stark fears of the transmission
The past few weeks have turned the status-quo of everyday life on its head, and the different options for transportation in Metro Detroit are the latest public services to see changed day-to-day operations amid the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic. For riders in Detroit, bus services have
Transit advocates and community leaders gathered inside Techtown Detroit Thursday, January 30th, for an in-depth discussion on the state of public transit in Metro Detroit. The evening's discussion saw Oakland County Executive Dave Coulter, who recently succeeded the late notoriously anti-transit L. Brooks Patterson, Wayne
The City:One Challenge TM presented by Ford Motor Company awarded three grants to applicants who are looking to improve mobility within the City of Detroit - starting with the neighborhoods around Michigan Central Station.
Out of the 164 global submissions, those chosen after review were "Bridging Histories,
Public transit, a term most Detroiters may liken to the slow-moving Q-line on Woodward Avenue, or the at-one-time-innovative People Mover System that snakes it's way high atop Downtown Detroit. While Detroit's original streetcar system was dismantled for good on April 8, 1956, other cities such
Talk of the transformation of Detroit into a thriving epicenter, driving the future of new mobility, has been gaining attention. And with good reason. Given the city’s legacy as the birthplace of the automobile industry, it only makes sense that Detroit would be at the