New CEO John Hertel says a functioning and efficient mass transit systems are economic engines.
The rapid transit line in West Michigan’s largest city is designed to travel as fast as a light rail system but at a fraction of the cost
Metro Detroit motorists say they’re running out of ways to cut the budget as fuel prices rise.
If you’d like to see rapid transit between Detroit and Pontiac, you may want to attend one of several public meetings being held.
Residents along the Woodward Avenue corridor are being asked for their input at a series of hearings starting Monday evening.
The light rail system would run from Grand Blvd. to Congress and from New Center to downtown Detroit.
SEMCOG invested in this survey with the goal of understanding current trends as a means of improving transit ridership.