No Rail Yet, But At Least There’s A Video

Computer-generated families ride in comfort

Here’s the vision: That a rail service from Ann Arbor to Detroit – with stops in Ypsilanti, Detroit Metro Airport and Dearborn – will be up and running in just over two years. Though funding for this ambitious project remains a huge question mark, at least there’s enough money to make a promotional video, complete with computer-generated people riding the computer-generated train in safety and comfort. Check it out here, courtesy of the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments (SEMCOG), the project’s lead partner:

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