The engineers and marketers that made Detroit the global center of automobiles were stunningly successful in getting us off the sidewalks and into our cars. Now urban planners see the need to reverse that scenario: get people on bikes, e-scooters and on their feet—out and about for the health of our people and our community cohesion. Justin Snowden, chief of Mobility Strategy, City of Detroit shares insight from his unique perspective in the Motor City.
Queue up all the episodes of this essential Michigan conversation about the clean energy transformation and what it means for a healthier, more equitable and economically vibrant Mitten state! Speaking of Resilience podcast, with host Kate Madigan.