May, 2018


Join us for Smart Commute Breakfast on June 7

Smart Commute Week June 4 - 8, 2018We are thrilled to be part of Smart Commute Week going on from June 4 - 8, in the Traverse City area.

Protecting Our Rights Requires Vigilance

Featured in The Record Eagle on May 6, 2018 WRITTEN BY Susan Odgers

Crawford County Millage Proposal Would Help Pay For New Buses

Featured in the Crawford County Avalance WRITTEN BY Dan Sanderson, staff writer

Your Voice Matters! Take this quick National Survey on Health Reform and Independent Living

Information and Survey PROVIDED BY University of Montana Research and Training Center on Disability and Collaborative on Health Reform and Independent Living (CHRIL)

101 Benefits of Cycling That Will Make You Love It More

Guest Blog Post WRITTEN BY Daniel Atlas and FEATURED ON Rydoze.com

Pedaling Towards Happiness: 7 Mental Health Benefits of Riding Bikes

Guest blog post WRITTEN BY Hillary Angus featured on Momentummag.com

Mattress and Bedding Guide for People with Disabilities

Guest Blog WRITTEN BY Will Ponce

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