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Guest Blog: Crowd-fueled Train Campaign

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2014 Year In Review Part II: Michigan Transportation Innovations

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Highway Expansion: The Easy Fix That Will Only Make Traffic Worse

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From Distrust to a Must: How Germany Revealed the Beautiful World of Public Transportation

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Odyssey Recap 2014

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Odyssey 2014: What to Expect?

The Odyssey team is ready to take to the streets! This week, October 6-8, the 2014 Odyssey team is setting off to five communities across Michigan. The communities of Ferndale, Brighton, Lansing, Midland, and Sault Ste. Marie will be in the spotlight as we examine the successes and challenges faced by each region.

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Detroit Airport Proposal to Move Public Transportation Creates New Barriers for Individuals with Disabilities

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Michigan Votes: Transit Millages on Primary Ballots Around the State

This Tuesday, August 5, many Michigan residents will vote to financially support their local transit agency. Ballot measures across the state are asking for renewals or increases in property tax millages to fund the operating costs of some of the state’s largest bus systems.

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Guest Post: Who’s Afraid of the Bus?

A couple years ago, waiting in line at a hip Ferndale restaurant, I started talking to a cosmopolitan young woman who’d lived in a number of metro areas around the U.S. She said she’d taken public transit to get around in all of them – except metro Detroit. “It’s just not safe,” she said. “DDOT or SMART – I would never take either.” ….

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Report Ranks Detroit 11th Most Dangerous City for Pedestrians — Complete Streets & Trails offer Solutions in Michigan

Greater Detroit is the nation’s 11th most dangerous metro area for pedestrians, according to an assessment of 51 metros released last week by the National Complete Streets Coalition. The findings underscore the need for better-designed streets in Michigan that allow…

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