|(A Word or Two From Your Web-Site Administrator)
Again, I'd like to welcome you to what I refer
to as my "promises, promises" page, where from
time to time I attempt to alert the visitors to
BTW–The Detroit Transit History website, along with yours truly, were both featured in an article which
appeared in the Aug. 18, 2008 online edition of Crain's Detroit Business. The article, written by Bill Shea,
is titled "Detroit had light rail until the 1950s" Be sure to check it out!
this web-site of those upcoming additions I promise to add to
this site. Although the "Detroit Transit History.info" site has
been up now since July 19, 2006 —— which also happens to be the
30th Anniversary date of my start at the Detroit Department of
Transportation (D-DOT) —— it still continues to be a work in
progress, and far from completion.
In addition to a number of new pages being added from time to
time, the web-site also underwent a major face-lift beginning
around the middle of January, 2007. The font type and size
originally used on most of the site's older web-pages were
changed into a more standard font size, with additional photos
being added to a number of the redesigned pages.
The first phase of the web-site's "new-look" began during the
period of January 16th thru 22nd, 2007, when all of the site's
main "Index-Pages" were redesigned into the new format. Our
newly redesigned "Home-Page" was uploaded to the site on
Saturday, January 20, 2007. Since then, the majority of the
pages located throughout the site now sport our new redesigned
In June 2008, video clips and a new Video Clip page were added,
and June 2010 a new "Search" feature was added to help visitors
to the site locate those pages related to a particular topic.
HOLD IT! LET'S STOP WITH THE ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND CHECK OUT THIS
And just a reminder, for those of you not yet on Facebook, our
"What's New" page is still the page to visit to check out
what's been recently added since you last stopped by the site.
But whichever page you use, just be sure to c'mon back from
time to time to see what's happen'n in Detroit transit history!
Website Owner & Administrator
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