Social Equity

Michigan Transportation Odyssey 2014: Slow Roll Offers Lesson On Community

Mode Shift went on the road to cover the Michigan Transportation Odyssey, an annual excursion sponsored by the statewide Transportation for Michigan coalition, which uses the trip to raise awareness about our state's transportation system.

Women Don’t Bike, Right?!

Thanks to a dedicated group of female riders in Detroit, women are dispelling myths about their place among the bike culture.

Will you vote SMART?

On August 5, Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb County voters will decide whether to increase the suburban bus system millage from 0.59 to 1 mill — the first increase since 2002.

Scott Benson Talks Transit, Bikes, Advocacy

Avid Biker and New Third District Councilman Scott Benson Will Take the Bus to Work and Advocate for the Needs of Third District Resident Bike Commuters

Envisioning Detroit Youth as Future Champions

Yvonne Rucker envisions a group of Detroit youth riding and training at the International Velodrome at Bloomer Park in Rochester Hills this summer.

MDOT Gives Lukewarm Response to I-94 Review Request

Local alliance requests for supplemental impact study gets a luke warm response

Mode Shift's Road Map To Understanding SEMCOG

A guide to the history and duties of the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments.

MDOT Attempts to Get its Complete Streets House in Order

As the Complete Streets Advisory Council disbands, MDOT will attempt to get its house in order by implementing internal initiatives that emphasize funding and recognizing the role of local communities in planning projects.


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