Three Michigan Fortune 500 companies – Ford, DTE Energy and Lear Corporation – added their names to the growing list of supporters for Citizens for Connecting our Communities, the Vote Yes for Regional Transit campaign.
The Vote YES for Regional Transit campaign continues to grow with the recent addition of the Macomb County Chamber of Commerce! Dozens of Macomb County businesses – including Proper Group International in Warren – have jobs that need to be filled, but prospective candidates need reliable transportation to connect to them – and a majority
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Dozens of Macomb County businesses – including Proper Group International in Warren – have jobs that need to be filled, but prospective candidates need reliable transportation – and a majority of them do not.
The health and wellness of Southeast Michigan residents, communities and businesses across Macomb, Oakland, Washtenaw and Wayne counties will benefit greatly from a YES vote on regional transit this November.
A Vote YES for regional transit this Nov. 8 is a vote that benefits residents, communities and businesses across Southeast Michigan.
You should vote YES for regional transit and here’s why: Detroit has made significant progress in the last few years but the city still has the largest unemployment rate in the country.
A lack of investment in Southeast Michigan’s regional public transit system has made it one of the worst in the country, putting our region at a disadvantage compared to cities we compete with throughout the country.
ou deserve to know the facts about regional transit in Southeast Michigan. Download the Fact Sheet here and share it with your friends, family and neighbors!
Southeast Michigan needs to connect Macomb, Oakland, Washtenaw and Wayne counties with reliable, regional transit.