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An improved bus system and light rail are top priorities for many in this region. It seems that, as most of the country's thriving metropolises boast impressive transit, everyone agrees that the time has come to get Detroit moving.

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Ypsilanti Transit Center

3 things that could transform metro Detroit in 2016

The Regional Transit Authority millage, partnerships between Silicon Valley and Detroit, and sprawl are a few things we'll be keeping a close eye on this year.

regionalism

Regionalism in metro Detroit 1850-2015: An abbreviated timeline

A brief overview of the deep-seated challenges to true regionalism in metro Detroit.

Conan Smith

In last decade, metro Detroit communities take big steps to address regional problems

Metro Detroit's communities have begun to realize the importance of thinking and acting regionally. Can they build on the momentum of the last decade when it comes issues like equity, transit, and the environment?

Ponsella Hardaway, Hunter Morrison, Michael Ford, and John Austin discuss regionalism at the DIA

5 ideas for creating a shared regional vision for southeast Michigan

On Oct. 27, a group of metro Detroiters gathered at the Detroit Institute of Arts to hear a panel of experts discuss something that's long eluded the communities of southeast Michigan: how to create a shared regional vision to become more globally competitive.

Sommer Woods

Pushing for inclusive development along Woodward Avenue: Sommer Woods and M-1 Rail

"Development can be so much more productive if there are more perspectives at the table: people of color, women, older people, younger people, white men," says M-1 Rail's Sommer Woods. "When you have all these people at the table you're guaranteed to have perspective instead of one monolithic project."
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