Episode 3: Michigan on the Move

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Take different kinds of transportation around the mitten, including Metro Detroit’s bus system, fall color bicycle paths in Northern Michigan, a light rail visualization and more.

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mml_transparent Let's Save Michigan


introductionIntroduction by Rory Neuner, Project Coordinator of Trans4m

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Hosted along the Lansing River Trail.

episode1Detroit Light Rail, Detroit

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Featuring Transportation Riders United and animated visualization from the Detroit Transit Options for Growth Study.


episode2It’s About Options

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Featuring video produced by the Michigan Municipal League about what transportation choices people are making.


episode3Little Traverse Wheelway, Petoskey

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Bike along the Little Traverse Wheelway in northern Michigan. Featuring video produced by Scottie Rock Productions.


episode4Adventures Navigating Metro Detroit’s Bus Systems, Detroit

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Will we be able to get from Detroit to Livonia on public transit alone? Video produced by the Michigan Municipal League.


episode5A Regional Transit Authority

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Young transportation experts talk about what an RTA is and their favorite methods of transportation. Starring Karly, Aurora, Emilio, Bobby and scripted by the Michigan Municipal League. Second half starring Amare, Kyra and Jackson.


episode6Complete Streets, Ferndale

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Find out what a complete street is and cities are creating them. Featuring Michigan Suburbs Alliance and League of Michigan Bicyclists.


episode7The 411 with Dr. Michael Belzer, Ann Arbor

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Featuring Dr. Michael Belzer from the Great Lakes Global Freight Gateway and host Tiffany Lemieux-McKissic.


endingConclusion by Rory Neuner

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Episode ending, credits and outtakes.


Screen shot 2013-05-16 at 4.20.47 PMBonus: Introduction to Complete Streets

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This 30 minute training by the Michigan Department of Community Health covers all of the basics of complete streets, including what they are, benefits, current Michigan laws and how to begin thinking about implementing complete streets in your community.

Updated on September 30, 2014.