I'll be there, and I believe one of our partners from MTGA will be there too, and I'll be sure to look out for cyclists' interests as well. So far, everything I've heard from project sponsors, planners and consultants is that bikes will be welcome on the trains.
Since part of this project is also to redevelop the infrastructure along Woodward, bike lanes have been under consideration, and are part of the City of Detroit's recently-approved Non-Motorized Plan. The great thing about Woodward is that heavy traffic was diverted to 75 and the Lodge long ago, and so there is plenty of room on the 7-9 lanes for light rail, stations, bike lanes, parking and car lanes. (And it used to have streetcars, cars and bikes years ago.)http://www.m-bike.org/blog/2010/08/09/w ... il-meetinghttp://www.metromodemedia.com/features/ ... d0147.aspx
Nearby, there has been talk of a bike path along Canadian National railroad corridor, using the rail-with-trail model. http://www.m-bike.org/blog/2010/01/27/r ... -royal-oak