Michigan Central is excited to announce its first OPEN CALL for PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS. The call highlights 3 Opportunities for Artists at Michigan Central's our mobility hub located on Bagley St..
Please see full details at: michigancentralart.com
To learn more, drop-in our Q&A session at Michigan Central’s Info Center on Wednesday, March 2 from 4-6 pm. Applicants may apply in-person at the Open House or online via michigancentralart.com.
The Info Center is located at 1907 Michigan Avenue, at the corner of Michigan Ave and Rosa Parks Blvd.
Please RSVP here.
Please note the Michigan Central Info Center currently requires all guests to wear masks at this time. We will have masks available on-site.
Michigan Central invites you to join us for a virtual livestream event to share exciting news on how we’re advancing our vision for our mobility innovation district.
Hear from key public and private leaders from the region and varied industries as we share new details on the progress of the development, including who will be joining us to help create the future.
Thank you for participating virtually as we take every precaution to stay safe amid the pandemic. We look forward to future in-person public events!
Access our livestream at the link below on Friday, Feb. 4 at 10:30 a.m. ET to learn more!
Friday, February 4, 2022 at 10:30 am ET
Join us at Batch Brewing Company for complimentary drinks and snacks, exciting demos of technology, and the chance to meet the Studio cohort companies.
The Accessible Streets Studio is a collaboration between Michigan Central and Newlab that focuses on making everyday life more navigable and creating opportunities for the residents of Detroit. Together we are co-creating solutions with local communities and stakeholders to address transportation challenges and bridge accessibility gaps.
On Sunday, November 14 from 12-4 pm, we invite you to Batch Brewing Company for an afternoon of food, drinks, and mobility innovation.
Bring your friends and family to meet the 2021 Accessible Streets Studio cohort, learn about their projects in Detroit, and how they are working to create more navigable, accessible and sustainable neighborhoods.
The afternoon will include:
- Complimentary drinks and snacks
- Displays and demos of the cohort’s technologies and products
- An opportunity to express interest in engaging with the local projects
Batch Brewing Company
1400 Porter Street
Detroit, MI 48216
Join us this Saturday at the Michigan Central Info Center, 1907 Michigan Avenue, to learn more about the Bagley Mobility Hub! Drop in between 9:30 - 11:30 am. Masks are Required, thank you.
Survey Opportunity - Please Share Your Perspective !
The Southwest Detroit Business Association and its Mexicantown-Hubbard Communities Main Street program, in partnership with the City of Detroit, has received a SEMCOG grant for the planning and design of the SWD-Mexicantown Multilingual Wayfinding and Gateway Signage, in anticipation of the renovation of the Ford Michigan Central Station and the unification of the Roosevelt Park. The project’s goal is to provide safe clear multilingual navigation to residents, workers, and visitors alike. As a stakeholder in the area your feedback is essential.
We need your input!
Please, provide your feedback by filling out this survey.
Michigan Central and our partner Newlab, a community of experts and innovators applying transformative technology to solve the world’s biggest challenges, have been hard at work this summer exploring unique solutions to the city’s mobility challenges through the launch of the first-ever Accessible Streets Studio cohort.
In early August, teams from the Accessible Streets Studio joined us for lunch at Bobcat Bonnie's, and we took a tour of the neighborhoods surrounding Michigan Central Station to discuss the potential deployment of transformative technology and services in the area.
One Studio Participant, Kiwibot, introduced its autonomous delivery bot, and local business owners watched it roam the sidewalks of Corktown and reflected on how it could support food delivery in the neighborhood. We also had a great meeting with the Corktown Business Association, where members learned how the bot works and what they could expect if they participate in Kiwibot’s pilot program.
Meanwhile, other cohort participants, Sway and KUHMUTE, paid a visit to Mexicantown’s Honey Bee Market, a potential site for their EV car-share program and electric micro-mobility charging hub.
We also introduced the Studio and the cohort’s seven pilot projects to the Southwest Detroit Business Association, where there was great excitement around the proposed activity, specifically with Soofa, Solartonic and Sway all companies that SDBA feels could make a positive impact on Southwest.
This is just a snapshot of how the Studio is facilitating the entry of uniquely creative companies into local neighborhoods, and we’re excited to continue creating space for community leaders, business owners and residents to interact with the technology and services that are rolling out this summer and fall.
The Studio and Newlab remain committed to making everyday life easier to navigate and creating unique opportunities for Detroiters by delivering innovative technologies, products and services to address transportation and accessibility challenges.
For more info about the Accessible Streets Studio and its cohort, click here. And if you’d like to help us find solutions to the mobility challenges in the neighborhoods around Michigan Central, click here, and together we can create a more connected Detroit. Share your thoughts in the Feedback tab on how these pilots could benefit the neighborhood!
Enjoy music, dance, fitness, food and share your vision for Roosevelt Park.
Saturday August 28, 2021 12-5pm
Únete a Nosotros
Festival de la Comunidad
Del Roosevelt Park Unificado
Disfruta de la música, el baile, el ejercicio, la comida
Y comparte tu visión para el Roosevelt Park
Sábado Agosto 28, 2021
In late March 2021, Ford begins construction for the Bagley Mobility Hub. To ensure the safety of the community, especially bicyclists and pedestrians, we will be implementing the following changes to the traffic routes on the south side of Bagley Street:
These changes will remain in place from late March, 2021 to February, 2022
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