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

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The value of transit for disability riders

Transit can be a lifeline to independence for individuals with a physical or mental disability. An estimated 28% of all Michigan adults report being limited in their mobility due to a health problem, with that number increasing to a predicted…

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Transit Can Provide a Solution for Elderly Mobility Challenges

The ability to get to the places where we need and want to go is essential to a healthy and happy life. Whether we’re trying to get to work, a medical facility or a recreational event, we all depend on…

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The #Sneckdown: Winter’s Natural Traffic Calming Effect

This blog post is the first of three in the Trans4M blog series: “Winter Weather & Transportation: Opportunities and Challenges.” Over the next several weeks we will feature weather-related transportation posts to highlight opportunities and challenges that weather presents during…

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Southeast Michigan Can’t Wait [for a Better Transportation System]

“We can’t wait,” was the prevailing sentiment echoed throughout the afternoon from regional transit advocates at Monday’s Southeast Michigan Regional Transit Authority (RTA) Executive & Policy Committee (EPC) meeting in downtown Detroit. Discussion at the meeting revolved around two important…

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Getting On-board :: November Events

Here at Trans4M we are welcoming November with open arms in anticipation of a couple exciting coalition events! You might say our theme for November is advocacy – giving you helpful tools and opportunities to make working with your elected…

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