SMART Flex Transit Service Launched And Offering Free Rides To Vaccination CentersSMART Flex will extend access to public transit and provide trips to vaccine centers across the Detroit Metro area through a mobile app.
Michigan Matters: Mobility Landscape Revving UpAs technology continues to impact how we live and work, some unique companies from our region are making waves as May Mobility CEO Ed Olson and Refraction CEO Matt Johnson-Roberson talk about as they appear on “Michigan Matters” to discuss the changes. 
Bus Riders Are Now Required To Wear Masks Under Executive OrderA commuter alert for those of you heading on the smart bus: riders are now required to wear masks.
Detroit Industry Spotlight: Transportation Hiring Going StrongDetroit's transportation industry is experiencing strong job growth.
Same Ride, Different Route: Detroit People Mover To Run Counter-ClockwiseThe train is switching gears and turning back on the tracks.
Initiative Seeks to Improve Mobility for Detroit ResidentsCity, state, business and nonprofit leaders are working on ways to help residents, employees and visitors move around Detroit.
SEMCOG To Hold Public Meetings In Seven Different CountiesThe public input meetings will serve as an opportunity for locals to weigh in and give their thoughts on the development of the region's long-range transportation plan.
'Michigan Matters' Focus: The Lightning Speed Of Mobility Driving Your WayLearn how Michigan is a hotbed of testing in the future of mobility including ride-sharing and autonomous vehicles,
LHP Software Plans To Hire 20 This Year, Adds Second Troy LocationLHP Software, an Indiana-based engineering services company, is continuing its expansion in the Detroit automotive market with a second location, and announced plans to double its staff in Michigan to 40 this year.
'Detroit Airport Flyer' To Run Thanksgiving WeekendIt's a new option for those traveling to and from Detroit Metro Airport this holiday weekend.
Taxpayer Money Used To Build Troy Transit Center On Land City Doesn't OwnOfficials in Troy will be discussing their next course of action after the Michigan Court of Appeals ruled that the city doesn't own land where a new transit center is being built.