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7/5/06
Across the great divide
by Keith Schneider
Woodward Avenue as a link to regional cooperation.

5/3/06
Transportation's new direction
by Keith Schneider
Lansing lawmakers reach accord to increase support for mass transit.

3/29/06
Back track
by Michael Jackman
Fifty years after the Motor City rode the rails.

3/29/06
Momentum shift
by Keith Schneider
High-stakes transit talks in Lansing.

3/8/06
Trains, planes and (fewer) automobiles
by Keith Schneider
How Airport City could help a beleaguered region take off.

1/18/06
Rail break
by Curt Guyette
Meet the vanguard of high concepts in transit.

11/16/05
Roads not working
by Keith Schneider
Crumbling highways, snarled traffic and shrinking budgets — why we need light rail.

8/18/04
A case against sprawl
by Keith Schneider
Going to court over the future of southeast Michigan.

6/16/04
Driven to destruction
by Keith Schneider
Sidewalks, not highways, are Detroit’s path to prosperity.

12/25/02
They think they can
by Curt Guyette
Visions of rail service between Detroit and Ann Arbor come into sharper relief.

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