One in four people who live in Detroit do not own cars, leaving them to rely on a public transit system that is not adequate. Local leaders believe that it is impeding upon the region’s economic growth. Residents must take long walks, face two-hour waits for buses or spend the entire day traveling. Craig Wilkins, lecturer at U-M Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning and creative director of the Wilkins Project, talks about the issues with the public transit system and his work to combat the problem.
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