You probably wouldn't think this right off the bat, but it does make
sense. So, kudos to Forbes for putting it down in writing (and actually not
writing something gloom and doom about Detroit, for a change). By their
accounts, the Woodword
corridor ranks in the top 10 for fuel efficient areas.
Encompassing the Ferndale, Huntington Woods and Berkeley sections of
metropolitan Detroit, the dense corridor stretches 27 miles over 11
municipalities and is home to the largest number of jobs. It means
something in Motor City that upwards of 12% of residents use public
transport; the ridership rate in nearby Sterling Heights is below 5%.
The average commute time in Berkeley, 19 minutes, is half as long as
that of other downtown neighborhoods.
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