Do you want to show your support for regional transit by putting up a yard sign? First, thank you! And second, you can find them at any of the following locations:
Southeast Michigan Faith Leaders say YES for regional transit Christian, Islamic and Jewish faiths come together to help make regional transit a reality DETROIT – Faith, clergy and community leaders from Christian, Islamic and Jewish faiths across Southeast Michigan — who understand that disconnected transit negatively affects their members — are endorsing a YES vote
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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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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.
Southeast Michigan needs to connect Macomb, Oakland, Washtenaw and Wayne counties with reliable, regional transit.