Sunday, January 13, 2013

Policy News from Detroit: January 13, 2013


Bridge to Canada: Al Madrigal exposes slick-talking Canadian bridge builders operating in Michigan

Information In America Moves 33,480,000 Times Faster Than It Did 200 Years Ago

In Beleaguered Detroit, a Media-Wise Group Shows Reporters the Brighter Side

Detroit 360 Film


American industry is on the move

Detroit showcases global car trend

How GM Lost -- And Found -- The Path To Innovation

Automakers let app developers drive innovation

Detroit Sheds Pounds For Gas-Mileage Gains

GQ's Detroit Auto Show Preview


35 Urban Innovations We're Watching This Year

Washington’s Economic Boom, Financed by You

Game Changers | Planning: The Great Lakes Century

America's "greenest street" provides a blueprint for sustainable urban development

Toward the Walkable City


Editorial: Time to get Michigan moving

Snyder applauds Detroit's efforts, slows the financial review|newswell|text|FRONTPAGE|p

Trying to predict the future of the Great Lakes

Lower west side story: 'Gateway Project' may revive once-thriving stretch near downtown GR

EDITORIAL: Leadership, trust keys to Future City


Forces rally to redefine Detroit|newswell|text|FRONTPAGE|p

Editorial: Time's running out for Detroit|newswell|text|FRONTPAGE|p

Detroit Mayor: Takeover Decision Could Come Friday

Nancy Kaffer: Bing, council pulling together as Detroit's crisis grows|topnews|text|Opinion

Brian Dickerson: Detroit Future City plan confronts grim realities and maps a plausible way forward|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE


Robert Ficano must give deposition in lawsuit by former aide|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE

I-69 International Trade Corridor NDMC launches new website

Sandy Pierce named chairman, CEO of FirstMerit Michigan

Canton embarks on new marketing plan


Netherlands' futuristic highway plans largely impractical in Michigan|newswell|text|FRONTPAGE|p

Woodward light-rail project will receive $25 million in federal funding|newswell|text|Michigan%20news|s

How Are Michigan's Roads? Tell SEMCOG the Good, the Bad and the Ugly


Detroit: after decades of urban blight, technology boom gives Motor City hope

Detroit Works unveils 'Future City' concept, suggests uses for vacant land

Developer pitches $1B commonwealth for Belle Isle|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE

Belle Isle: Motown's Monaco

A plan to save Detroit: Report calls for a smaller, stronger Motor City|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE

Online ideas kickstart new Detroit businesses|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE

Dan Gilbert sets sights on another downtown Detroit skyscraper|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE

Kresge Foundation gives $150 million to help make a leaner, greener Detroit|newswell|text|FRONTPAGE|p

Cobo Center's $299M revamp on target|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE

Detroit nudged into 21st century with 'Future City' plan|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE

Detroit Works report recommends realigned transportation, employment districts, land reuse, lighting solutions

From vacant to vibrant: A coalition rises

Q&A with George Jackson DEGC


The Rise of Graffiti in Detroit

A Different Detroit, As A Native Tells It

Detroit putting pieces back together, with food and art leading the way

Guest commentary: Detroit as vacation spot? Believe in it

North America’s Mecca for Feather Bowling Is in Metro Detroit

Detroit’s problems are also Toledo’s

Kresge to begin making grants to fuel Future City changes by summer


The great innovation debate

State of the Climate | National Overview | Annual 2012

No Longer the 'Party of Eisenhower and Reagan'

Is Broadband Internet Access a Public Utility?

Made in America, Again
Bringing manufacturing jobs back to the U.S. is politically savvy and can make economic sense.

ObamaCare's Health-Insurance Sticker Shock

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