The plans make sense: Ford Motor Company has long been a pioneer in helping people move across cities and towns, highways and one-lane rural roads. Why wouldn’t Ford’s vision for the long-abandoned Michigan Central train station in Detroit focus on the future of transportation?
Ford’s plans for Michigan Central, its mobility innovation district in Detroit’s Corktown neighborhood, call for an innovation hub that will attract start-ups, entrepreneurs and transportation experts all dedicated to making it easier for people to move around cities, suburbs and rural areas efficiently and for companies to move goods across the globe as quickly as possible.
And now, those plans are one step closer to becoming reality.
Ford Motor Company in November unveiled its site plan for Michigan Central, its walkable mobility innovation district in Corktown, Detroit’s oldest…