April 25, 2018
One issue that has plagued Detroit and the region for decades is mass transit. And, discussions around viable transit solutions have only amplified in recent years, from successes such as the Q-Line opening to failures like the Regional Transit Authority millage not passing. And, now, we are being presented with yet another path towards improved transit with the plan, recently outlined by Wayne County Executive Warren Evans.
As one of the key issues facing the city and the region, the Detroit Future City (DFC) Strategic Framework provided recommendations to improve access to transportation for residents as well as create connections to job centers across the city and region. This is envisioned by the creation of high-speed bus rapid transit (BRT) routes along major corridors with connections from feeder routes that serve Detroit’s neighborhoods.
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