Hey, QLine: What's Wrong With This Picture?
Little details can make or break rider confidence in a transit system, Allan Lengel writes.
Bike Lanes Are 'an Idea That Was Carried Too Far,' Keith Crain Writes in Attack No. 2
The owner of Crain's Detroit Business questions "the wisdom of spending millions of dollars to accommodate a handful of bikers. . . . This is an idea that was carried way too far."
Update: City Installs 'No Standing' Sign in Response to Deadline Detroit Column
"We can do a better job making it clear to drivers where they can and can’t park," an official says.
Detroit Caps Number of Electric Scooters as Third Company Prepares to Scoot Here
The cap on the number of powered scooters could frustrate some weekend sightseers as well as downtown-area residents and workers who rely on the scooters.
Lengel: The City of Detroit's Scam to Generate Parking Ticket Revenue
The city can do better than scamming its own residents and visitors to the city to generate revenue, writes Allan Lengel.
Detroit Police to Take Over Part of the City's Towing
Citizens who are unable to pay towing and storage fees will be allowed to petition the police board for a hardship waiver.
Scooter Wars: Ann Arbor Seizes Those Trendy Two-Wheelers
While popular in downtown Detroit, some other areas around the country have declarered them nuisances.
Here's What Pro-Level Bird Scooter Riding Looks Like . . . and What Humor it Inspires
This is "urban skiing," Noel French of Detroit suggests. Another reader thinks it's "hipster level 100," while a third foresees a pulled groin muscle in this daredevil's future.
Detroit's Busiest Bus Routes to Add Trips and WiFi
Ten routes will add 500 trips a week. The system also has a new logo and repainted buses.
Federal Suit by Duggan Challenges No-Fault Insurance
Michigan's vehicle insurance law "has become unconstitutionally unaffordable," says the city's new lawsuit.
State Police Round Up Crotch-Rocket Cowboys on I-75
Buy these dudes a one-way ticket to the Bonneville salt flats.
Psst, East Jefferson Drivers: Those New Green Curb Lanes Aren't for Your Vehicles
If it seems as though empty parking spots suddenly exist along every curb, look and think again. Getting it wrong could bring a $45 ticket, starting Wednesday.