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SMART bus in downtown Detroit

OPINION: To improve regional transit, Wayne and Washtenaw counties must consider a separate plan

Megan Owens, executive director of Transportation Riders United, argues that with Macomb and Oakland counties effectively withdrawing from regional transit, it's time for Wayne and Washtenaw to be an example and invest independently. 

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Reimagining McNichols: The multi-pronged effort to bring back a struggling commercial corridor

While McNichols and its surrounding communities in Live6 have gone through difficult economic times in recent years, things may be turning around as new investment, public and private, finds a foothold in the area.

New construction on East Grand Boulevard

The most exciting developments in Detroit for 2018

Big money developers and scrappy start-ups alike have been working toward the completion of their various projects. A number of them will be opening their doors this year, and these are the ones we're most excited about. 

SMART bus in downtown Detroit

What's next for regional transit in SE Michigan? An update after the 2016 ballot failure

A 2016 ballot initiative that would have greatly improved our region's public transit failed. But those invested in the success of regional transit have conducted a postmortem, and are regrouping for another attempt.

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In search of alternatives to urban sprawl

Metro Detroiters have been living with urban sprawl for more than a generation. Patrick Dunn dives into one of our region's most controversial topics in this first installment of our series on solutions to regional issues. 
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