Now, talking about freight, moving goods from Point A to Point B is not the kind of discussion that is likely to stir the blood in most people. But it is part of the economic lifeblood of major metros like Detroit. Aging infrastructure acts like cholesterol in our economy's arteries, and we need to clean that out if we're going to be competitive in the modern global marketplace. To grow jobs in the short term and build a solid economy for the long term, metropolitan areas like Detroit need to build on their strengths.
June 25, 2012, ,
The Huffington Post