East Lansing is the fourth Michigan city to join the AARP Network of Age-Friendly Communities. The city is drafting a plan to make the city more livable, with accessible transportation and housing, walkable streets and other quality-of-life improvements.
Take thousands of 60-and-older Metro Detroiters who are no longer able to drive a car. Add the fact that mass transit in the area is spotty, at best, and you have a dire need for senior transportation services.
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