This week, the Curbing Cars Podcast returns, co-hosted by Executive Editor Micheline Maynard and our intern, Colin Beresford.
In this episode, Micki and Colin discuss the big change at Ford Motor Company and Colin talks about his ride on Detroit’s QLine. We also hear how millennials view car ownership, now that they have all kinds of transportation options.
We also talk about the mess in public transportation and the problems faced by Uber.
Curbing Cars plans to make its podcast a monthly feature. Find it here, on SoundCloud and on iTunes.
CO-HOSTS: Micki Maynard and Colin Beresford
PRODUCER: Colin Beresford
MUSIC: John Goodell
Thanks to our Kickstarter backers who made this week’s episode possible. If you’re interested in underwriting future podcast episodes, get in touch with us at CurbingCars@gmail.com. We’ll mention you at the end of every show.
Earlier this month, the Curbing Cars project returned to bring you original journalism about the future of transportation.
On Monday, the Curbing Cars podcast returns, too. It’s our holiday treat to you.
We’ll be talking about the stories we’ve covered this past month — and give you some extra insight.
Colin Beresford joins me to discuss the big upheaval at Ford, Detroit’s new QLine, the issues faced by Uber and the big mess in big city public transportation.
You’ll also hear what a millennial — namely Colin — thinks about owning an automobile.
We’re hoping to make the podcast a regular monthly feature. And, if you’re feeling extra generous, we’re looking for someone to foot the bill. We’d love to find an underwriter to pick up the cost of the studio time we need to make the podcast sound terrific. Feel free to email us at email@example.com for more information.
Meanwhile, listen to the first-ever Curbing Cars podcast from a few years ago. You’ll hear Mark Remillard, former Curbing Cars intern, who is now an anchor and reporter at ABC Radio in New York.
And, join us on Monday. We’ll post the podcast here, on SoundCloud and on iTunes.