Ford has bought the scooter company Spin, and 400 scooters will launch in Detroit today.
Detroit’s scooter usage will shape how cities use dockless mobility devices to achieve equity and safety goals.
The city will allow 100 more scooters per company, with companies deploying more in neighborhoods beyond Grand Boulevard.
Mobility Week Detroit includes a two-day festival in Spirit Plaza with new mobility tech, start-ups, and demos.
Project Free Bird aims to give scooters to Detroit’s youth.
Love them? Hate them? Are you riding them around Detroit?
The city has released one- to four-year goals in helping create a more cohesive and easier to navigate transportation plan.
Detroit’s bus system is rebranding and upgrading.
The plan would streamline the current system, and offer a mobile transfer app and more retail locales to purchase tickets.
Now that the bike lanes are completed, how do you feel about them? Has the city communicated its plans effectively?