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There are three transit-related events coming up that you won't want to miss, hosted by M-1 Rail, Detroit Regional Chamber, and Michigan Roundtable for Diversity and Inclusion:
M-1 Rail Community/Business Update Meetings
In an ongoing effort to keep area residents, businesses, and other stakeholders informed on construction details and other plans, M-1 Rail invite you to any of these upcoming events:
More information available at M-1Rail.com/news/M-1-Rail-events/
Detroit Regional Chamber: Detroit Policy Conference
I’m honored to join RTA CEO Michael Ford and attorney Dennis Cowan in presenting a regional transit panel at this year’s Detroit Policy Conference on February 26:
The Detroit Policy Conference bolsters the city’s ongoing transformation by bringing together key business, community and political leaders to inspire innovative solutions and urban revitalization.
Our panel is entitled: Connecting the Region: Transit Development in the “D”
Detroit is positioned to shine on the world economic stage, but maintaining the momentum following bankruptcy requires a comprehensive, connected transportation plan. This panel explores the challenges and opportunities facing the Regional Transportation Authority and how improved transit infrastructure can support economic development and urban revitalization, and provide increased mobility to residents and commuters.
Check out the full conference agenda and details at http://www.DetroitChamber.com/DPC.
A Community Conversation on Race and Transit
The Michigan Roundtable for Diversity and Inclusion will be focusing their First Friday Forums on Transit in both February and March, in partnership with TRU and Motor City Freedom Riders:
- Friday February 6, 6:00 - 9:00 PM AND
- Friday March 6, 6:00 - 9:00 PM
- At the MSU Detroit Center, 3408 Woodward
Join us for an interactive dialogue with riders, union members, transit advocates and other community stakeholders from the city and suburbs for conversation about the intersection of transit and race. We'll explore the history of transit and race along with the opportunities and barriers to developing effective regional transit.
RSVP at www.miroundtable.org or 313-870-1500
Light meal provided.
Hope to see you at any or all of these!
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