Sunday, December 3, 2023


EventsMobilityParks & RecUrban Planning

Day 1 of the Michigan Planning Conference

A trip to Traverse City is the cherry on top of a year filled with exciting developments in planning world.

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EcologyEnvironmentParks & RecParks and Public Space

Wishes For A Greener Spring

The advent of warm weather! The return of street fairs! The sniffles from spring allergies! And ever so much more.

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Business & EconomicsConsumer ProductsMobility

Libert-e-bikes: Marketing Mobility As Freedom

Michael Robertson, who founded a peer platform of the ill-fated Napster in 1997, once referred to cars as “liberty machines.” It’s a dominant belief among many car owners. Are eBike companies challenging that assumption in their marketing material?

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CyclingPublic transitTransit infrastructureUrban Planning

Whomst Should Bear The Cost? Mobility and the Workplace

I figured I could kick off Detroit Mobility Week with some exploration of a debate currently simmering in my office

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CyclingDetroitMichiganOntarioPublic transitTransit infrastructureUrban PlanningWindsor

Bike The Bridge: Fleeting Dreams of International Bike Transit

On Sunday, for the first and possibly the last time, I rode my bike across the Detroit River on the

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