Detroit Business: Tim Slusser Named Chief of Mobility Innovation for City of Detroit

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Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan announced the appointment of Tim Slusser as chief of mobility innovation for the city of Detroit.

In his new role, Slusser will work across multiple city departments to coordinate cleaner, more accessible, and more equitable mobility solutions for Detroit residents and visitors alike. Prior to joining the city, he served as the director of smart mobility at NextEnergy.

Read the full article at Detroit Business.

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