Detroit is in many ways becoming more and more of a biking city, along with other modes of transportation than just cars.

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Todd Scott, Executive Director of the Detroit Greenways Coalition, joins our host Sven Gustafson at the legendary Locker Room Lounge on Livernois to talk all things biking. We touch on the popularity of the Dequindre Cut. The addition of protected bike lanes down Cass Avenue. Discuss plans for biking on the new Gordie Howe bridge. The potential impact of the new MoGo bike share. The Elmwood Cemetery connector – and a ton of other bike related topics.

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Thanks to the Locker Room Lounge for their hospitality and our podcast network Podcast Detroit for their continued support.

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Special note: This week we’re going to be up at the Mackinac Policy Conference. Be sure to follow for all the action.

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