40% Of Downtown Detroit Is Devoted To Storing Cars. This Group Says There’s A Better Way.

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The Motor City is a nickname for our town that is known the world over.

After all, we put the world on wheels. But what if the same industry that gave us economic strength also, in a way, took away the vitality of the city?

Detroiters for Parking Reform says there is too much surface parking around greater Downtown Detroit. And our guest today is Francis Grunow.

They point to statistics like 40% of Downtown Detroit is devoted to storing cars. And they say in today’s world, that hurts Detroit’s resurgence.

We’ll get into that with Grunow and talk about lessons learned from being a key part of a Neighborhood Adivsory Council in the shadows of Little Caesars Arena.

After all, the District Detroit held a lot of promise. But most of it is unfulfilled.

And then we share a couple things you should know around town.

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