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Across the great divide
by Keith Schneider
Woodward Avenue as a link to regional cooperation.

Transportation's new direction
by Keith Schneider
Lansing lawmakers reach accord to increase support for mass transit.

Back track
by Michael Jackman
Fifty years after the Motor City rode the rails.

Momentum shift
by Keith Schneider
High-stakes transit talks in Lansing.

Trains, planes and (fewer) automobiles
by Keith Schneider
How Airport City could help a beleaguered region take off.

Rail break
by Curt Guyette
Meet the vanguard of high concepts in transit.

Roads not working
by Keith Schneider
Crumbling highways, snarled traffic and shrinking budgets — why we need light rail.

A case against sprawl
by Keith Schneider
Going to court over the future of southeast Michigan.

Driven to destruction
by Keith Schneider
Sidewalks, not highways, are Detroit’s path to prosperity.

They think they can
by Curt Guyette
Visions of rail service between Detroit and Ann Arbor come into sharper relief.

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