A2: Transit

The Livingston Daily Press & Argus publishes an update on a proposal by Eric Sutton, founder of the Interstate Traveler Co., who hopes to build a hydrogen-fueled, magnetic levitation transit system in southeastern Michigan. From the report: “The plan would connect Detroit to Ann Arbor along Interstate 94; Detroit to Grand Rapids along Interstate 96; and Ann Arbor to Brighton along U.S. 23. It calls for 84 stations, and connects four airports and every hospital within the interstate route. It would include three service-oriented businesses in each 10,000-square-foot station. His MagLev plan would distribute utilities along the proposed route, including hydrogen that could be used for future hydrogen fueling stations along the route and in industry.” [Source]