Transit Impact Stories

My Transit Story: Supporting Local Entrepreneurship

A guest blog from Transportation Riders United Board President, Donald Stuckey, a small business owner and lifelong transit rider As a photographer, I enjoy working with my clients in providing the images that they are asking for. This requires me to get around the region to local parks and other venues for these different photo …

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My Transit Story: The Bus is Undervalued!

By Anthony Bui: TRU’s summer 2019 Community Engagement Intern; also a Public Policy student at the University of Michigan with a concentration in Urban and Transportation Policy; participating in U of M’s Semester In Detroit program; originally from Grand Rapids For most of my life, I’ve ridden buses to get to school, work, and social …

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My Transit Story: Be a Little More Human

A guest blog from Transportation Riders United Board Member, Kelly Kozlowski For many people, public transit is a necessary way to get around. For me, it’s a way to understand other people. As someone who owns a car and can afford to keep it insured and fueled up, I understand I’m speaking from a place …

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