The Michigan Speaker of the House decided March 3 NOT to vote on HB 5550. That bill would have allowed Macomb County to opt-out, while allowing the other three counties’ voters to decide whether to invest more in transit.
Have questions about transit issues? Want to get involved? Like to hang out with great transit nerds? Then come to one (or more!) of these upcoming events: All Aboard Michigan – A Community Conversation with TRU and MARP — CANCELLED A shared event between TRU and the Michigan Association of Rail Passengers has been cancelled …
Do you care about improving transit in metro Detroit? Do you want hands-on experience building the public support transit needs? Can you dedicate 10-25 hours a week for a few months to fighting for more and better transit? Then TRU internships might be right for you! TRU has summer internship openings for students interested in making …
The next key step towards great transit? Pass HB 5229!
YOU need to take three quick actions to make this progress possible:
1) Tell YOUR legislators to support and push for HB 5229
2) Tell Legislative Leaders to schedule a vote for HB 5229< 3) Then urge your friends and family across Michigan to do the same