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Ford’s Mary Culler to Discuss Michigan Central Station Redevelopment and Build a New Innovation Community in Detroit at 2020 Conference

Ford Motor Company is uniquely positioned to help define Detroit’s next decade as it leads the Michigan Central Station redevelopment and creation of a new innovative ecosystem in Corktown.

Detroit Development Director Mary Culler will discuss these opportunities and Ford’s commitment to Detroit in a keynote address at the 2020 Detroit Policy Conference, January 29 at MotorCity Casino Hotel.

Corktown is currently home to more than 250 employees from Ford’s autonomous vehicle business unit as it works towards its goal to deploy a self-driving car by 2021. This presence will grow to more than 5,000 Ford employees and partners when Detroit’s iconic train station opens to the public again, along with several nearby properties. The area will become a vibrant, innovative community where people come to create, test, and experience new transportation solutions that advance human progress.

There are several new confirmed speakers and groundbreaking sessions at the 2020 Conference. Check out the growing lineup and reserve your spot today.