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
Melanie Piana is running for Mayor of Ferndale, but she started her career in urban planning and economic development.
It was a second career and something of a calling for Piana, who went into the automotive field after college. In 2001 Piana’s best friend left Detroit for Chicago because “she didn’t want to
As we continue to 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
The Davison Freeway to the QLine works as a timeline to Detroit's Transit History.
Let's work backwards: most planners and residents are hopeful that the QLine is only the start of a larger transportation system that does more than just spur development. By measure, the $140 million