Here’s how Metro Detroit’s public transit agencies are responding to coronavirus.
While it may not be the most effective form of transportation, a ride around Detroit’s People Mover is actually a great art tour.
Coronavirus has taken a toll on Metro Detroit. In response, residents have greatly reduced their movement.
Though it may be temporary, Spin is currently the only scooter company operating in the city.
You should stay at home as much as possible—but if you absolutely have to get around, here’s how to do it safely.
Amidst concerns from northern Oakland County lawmakers, Republicans declined to bring the legislation up for a vote.
Pending city council approval, construction should begin in May.
The five bridges on either side of the U.S. point of entry are expected to be complete by 2024.
Adding to the massive projects the automaker is already undertaking in the region.
Flying to or from DTW? Here’s a guide to get there using public transit.
There will be 31 new stations in five suburban cities along the Woodward corridor, as well as some northwest Detroit neighborhoods.
At least 30 cars have been equipped at the factory near Hamtramck.
Multiple owners have reported declining sales since construction started this summer.
Injuries and unclear guidelines are worrying people about the micromobility service.
Despite adding lanes in each direction, MDOT says the new plan will result in less displacement
The department had previously said that it would end Greyhound’s lease in October.
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The $5.4 million project will remove barriers on Bagley Street so that all forms of transit can use the road simultaneously.
The pedestrian-only space downtown will have more landscaping, plus playground equipment, a stage, and other upgrades.
The Detroit Greenways Coalition guide has everything you need to know about biking in Detroit.
The downtown gathering space has been saved.
The Woodward Avenue gathering space has been open since June 2017.
Soon there will be multiple ways to access the Detroit River by boat.
If an agreement between the two cities is reached, there would be two-way traffic at Kercheval for the first time since 2014.
"Food Traffic Ahead" finds enormous potential and growth in the Motor City’s walkability.
Including four projects in Detroit, Hamtramck, and Highland Park at over $2 million.
The Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority committed to workforce development and infrastructure investments.
The 1.2-mile non-motorized trail will connect pedestrians and cyclists from the Riverwalk to Vernor
Construction in seven neighborhood corridors begins in early April