transportation equity

“We can all be activists”: Patty Fedewa

Ask anyone close to TRU, and they likely know Patty Fedewa. Patty has been a staunch transit advocate for over 20 years, and a TRU affiliate since 2001. Patty carries a powerful voice in the Detroit transit community, speaking out against fare increases and service disruptions. She was even President of TRU in 2007. As …

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‘No more exclusions’: Chakusola Guinn

Chakusola Guinn is an Oakland County resident with something to say. Chakusola has been riding DDOT & SMART buses since 2004, and unfortunately has not always had the smoothest experiences. Chakusola lives in Royal Oak, finding SMART routes and the DDOT Woodward bus constraining. She is fed up with the gaps in Oakland service, and …

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TRU’s Mobility & Equity Event: A review of the conversation

On Wednesday, October 23rd, Transportation Riders United was honored to host four expert panelists for our “Mobility and Equity” event. The event was sponsored by Bedrock and held in their scenic Beacon Room downtown. Mobility & Equity was equal parts panel presentation and audience interaction.  Coming from both across the Midwest and Metro Detroit, our …

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The interior of Detroit's Amtrak station, with rows of seating and people in line

Greyhound Service to Remain on Howard Street (For Now)

The threatened closure of Detroit’s Greyhound Station on Howard Street has been postponed. This may be a three-year hold until a new facility can be built, potentially on MDOT’s property that currently serves as a parking lot on Amsterdam between Woodward and Cass. After an unspecified developer made an offer on the Greyhound station property, …

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New Mobility & Transit Event WEDNESDAY

Can new mobility complement transit to unlock universal, affordable access?

Join us for an expert panel discussion and Q&A on Wednesday, November 28, 2018 from 6:00 to 8:00 PM at TechTown Detroit.
We’re bringing in some of the area’s top new mobility experts to ask them.

Everyone is welcome – bring your questions! An RSVP and $20 donation are requested.