$250k Competition Launches For Ideas To Solve Detroit’s Mobility Problems

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Ford — as part of the Community Benefits Agreement (CBA) negotiated as part of the $740 million Michigan Central Station/Corktown project — has launched City:One in Detroit.

It’s a competition for ideas to make it easier for Detroiters to get around.

Sven went to Corktown to get all the details and we talk about what’s happening on the show.

If you want to enter, go here.

Also – Billionaire investor and Quicken Loans founder Dan Gilbert has moved from Beaumont Hospital to an inpatient rehabilitation facility.

And the Detroit Zoo is temporarily closing the recently built Polk Penguin Conservation Center from September through June of 2020 to fix waterproofing issues that they’re saying are due to the contractor. The $31 million building only opened in April of 2016.

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