Michigan's transportation overhaul includes more than roads

Apr 25, 2013

While public transportation like the Lansing-area CATA bus system is useful for citizens, organizations like Trans4m look into other non-motorized forms of transportation.
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Voices across Michigan---from Governor Rick Snyder to thousands of ordinary citizens---are calling for improvements to the state’s transportation infrastructure.  

One Lansing-based policy organization---Transportation for Michigan---is promoting that discussion.

Trans4m, ​as it's called, constitutes a coalition of diverse groups focusing on funding and on projects that often involve non-motorized transportation.  

Trans4m Executive Director Kathryn Gray speaks with Current State about what this overhaul means.