Watch 17-Second Time-Lapse Video of a Nightime Concrete Pour on I-75 in Detroit
MDOT is working on northbound and southbound concrete pavement replacement between Springwells and Clark on I-75 in southwest Detroit.
Coleman Young II's Futuristic Transit Proposal Is Up in the Air
"To call two-person pods mass transit is madness," says a national think tank specialist. "This money could probably be much better served by rethinking how the bus system runs."
QLine Sees Ridership Jump as it Tries to Improve
"Over the past month, we have improved QLine service, putting more streetcars on the road (and) reducing wait times," an executive says.
Finish the Caption for This Downtown Scene: 'But Officers . . .'
"Geez, why couldn't the QLine go around me?" suggests reader Karen Gibson. "But I'm Detroit 2.0" is Donna Gardner's entry. Join the fun.
GM Considers Scrapping Half-Dozen Passenger Car Models
General Motors isn't afraid to pull the plug on models.
NY Times: Michigan's New Motor City -- Ann Arbor
Ann Arbor emerges as a one-of-a-kind, living laboratory for self-driving technologies, The New York Times reports.
QLine Extends Free Rides Through Labor Day While it Tries to Improve
The streetcar system acknowledged it needs to work on improvements.
Rolling Toward Mass Production: GM Builds 130 Self-Driving Chevys in Local Plant
The Orion Township work makes GM the first manufacturer to mass-produce self-driving test vehicles, which CEO Mary Barra calls "this production milestone."
Video: Fly Along with a Drone Following the QLine on a Sparkling Detroit Day
All aboard for a quick, sun-splashed trip down Woodward, with no red lights or blocked tracks.
Two Tracks: Some Salute QLine, Others Say (Yet Again) it 'Can't Save a City'
"It's just completely unrealistic to expect that if we’re in a depressed urban environment, just adding an expensive piece of transit infrastructure is the solution." -- Urban planner
Stash Your Cash, QLine Riders: Free Streetcar Trips Roll Through June
And on the seventh day, QLine rested its fare policy for another six weeks.
My Daily Commute Aboard the New QLine -- the Good and the Glitches
"The anticipation of regularly taking public transportation to my downtown Detroit office was exciting," writes Allan Lengel.
MoGo Bike Sharing Program Launches Tuesday with a Community Ride
Forty-three storage stations are spread through 10 neighborhoods.
Gallery: The QLine Rolls Down Woodward and Packs in Riders
"This is wonderful," says Jesus McNailr, 71, of Detroit. "I'm proud to be part of the first ride."