Michigan Transit Links
American Public Transportation Association Michigan Transit Links provides a listing of Michigan’s existing transit services.
Michigan Complete Streets Coalition
The Michigan Complete Streets Coalition began in 2009 as a way to connect grassroots Complete Streets movements across the state. They work to promote statewide Complete Streets policy and support local communities’ initiatives.
Michigan Trails and Greenway Alliance
Michigan Trails and Greenways Alliance fosters and facilitates the creation of an interconnected statewide system of trails and greenways for environmental/cultural preservation purposes. MTGA works at both the state and local levels by assisting public and private interest in trail and greenway planning, funding, development and maintenance.
Let’s Save Michigan
The Let’s Save Michigan campaign’s main goal is to inspire Michiganders to take ownership of our future and get involved. The campaign provides people with a wide range of opportunities to make a difference, big and small. With the right policies in place, Michigan can create the vibrant communities that will attract 21st century workers. Let’s make Michigan the place it can be—and the place it needs to be.
Great Lakes Rail
Chicago – Detroit/ Pontiac Passenger Rail Corridor Program. The purpose of the program is to improve intercity mobility by providing an improved passenger rail service that would be a competitive transportation alternative to automobile, bus and air service between Chicago and Detroit/Pontiac, Mich.
Midwest High Speed Rail Association
The Midwest High Speed Rail Association (MHSRA) advocates for fast, frequent and dependable trains linking the entire Midwest. MHSRA is promoting an integrated network of new, 220-mph high-speed lines combined with modernized Amtrak trains linked to strong local transit networks.
Michigan Association of Railroad Passengers
The Michigan Association of Railroad Passengers (MARP) was established in 1973 as a consumer advocacy group to improve intercity rail and bus passenger service, improve local transit service,and encourage the preservation of historic railroad stations.
Michigan Fuel Forward
Clean Energy Coalition has been awarded $500,000 by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Clean Cities initiative to fund Michigan Fuel Forward, a project that will accelerate the use and availability of alternative fuel vehicles (AFV) and infrastructure across Michigan. At the core of the project, 20 fleets in the public and private sectors will participate in the development and implementation of petroleum reduction plans, which will significantly lower the fleets’ fuel costs, while displacing imported petroleum and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.