Traffic Fatalities Continue To Rise In MichiganTraffic fatalities in Michigan continue to increase year over year.
Traffic Deaths On Southeast Michigan Roads Increase For Fifth Straight Year: 387 Fatalities In 2015And things only seem to be getting worse. According to MDOT, 331 deaths have been reported across the state so far this year.
SEMCOG Seeks Public Opinion On Proposed Woodward Ave Rapid Bus SystemSEMCOG is looking for public comment on a proposed rapid bus service along Woodward Avenue.
National Stop On Red Week Aims To Reduce No. Of Drivers Running Red LightsLast year, there were more than 3,400 accidents resulting in 21 deaths across Metro Detroit where drivers blew through red lights or stop signs.
SEMCOG: Red-Light Running Increasing As Factor In Fatal Traffic CrashesMore than 3,400 crashes that occurred at signalized intersections in 2012 in southeast Michigan could have been avoided by one simple action -- stopping when a traffic light is red.
Workforce Summit: Michigan Projects, Employing Michigan WorkersPreparing the local workforce for government-funded projects in Detroit was the theme of a summit held in Detroit Monday.
SEMCOG Approves Freeway ExpansionThe Southeast Michigan Council of Governments has approved the widening of I-94 and I-75 despite fierce opposition.
Report: Deadly Southeast Michigan Traffic Crashes On The RiseIn Oakland County, 61 people died in traffic crashes in 2011, up from 54 in 2010, while 46 died in Macomb County, an increase over the 39 who died in 2010.
SEMCOG Releases On-Board Transit Survey Preliminary FindingsSEMCOG invested in this survey with the goal of understanding current trends as a means of improving transit ridership.
Metro Detroit Property Values Continue To FallArea property values have dropped 6.5 percent this year, according to a new report by the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments.
SEMCOG: Statistics On Deer Crashes In Southeast MichiganThere were 6,062 vehicle-deer crashes in Southeast Michigan in 2010, according to figures released by SEMCOG.
SEMCOG Carpool Data: Regional Savings Improve Southeast Michigan The program that promotes free carpool, vanpool, and bike partner matching, yields positive regional results, according to data from SEMCOG, the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments.

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