Great Lakes Region

Otisville, Michigan

Totago-powered interactive maps & tours


MoGo Detroit

Interactive web map

MoGo Detroit, Metro Detroit's non-profit bike-share system, uses the TOTAGO platform to offer featured station-to-station bicycle rides. The rides are also available within the TOTAGO mobile app, and QR codes will highlight featured rides possible to do from a particular MoGo station.

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Wheelhouse Detroit

Virtual tours within the TOTAGO mobile app

We partnered with Wheelhouse Detroit, a bike shop in Detroit, to develop virtual tours for purchase within the TOTAGO mobile app. Each virtual tour includes a detailed route map and, at each stop, a tour guide "joins" you with an informative video narrative that brings to life the very spot at which you are standing.

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Great Lakes Content Partners

Information in the TOTAGO web and mobile apps comes directly from these trusted organizations based in Michigan and Chicago, IL.

Chicago Transit Hikes

Lindsay Welbers wrote Chicago Transit Hikes and published detailed information and trail maps for 75 transit-accessible hikes on the Totago apps. A freelance Chicago journalist and sustainable transportation advocate, Lindsay grew up in Central Illinois in 100 acres of pristine second-growth forest and runs the ultralight camping blog Third Coast Hikes.

The Southeast Michigan Council of Governments offers Totago's trip planner within their ParkFinder app to help people access parks throughout the region. The Totago app also includes trail data collected and verified by SEMCOG.

The Clinton River Watershed Council is a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting, enhancing, and celebrating the Clinton River. They offer virtual paddling trip guides along the Clinton River with detailed maps, photos, and information through the Totago app.

Transit Guide Detroit

Transit Guide Detroit is the go-to resource for navigating Metro Detroit's transit system. Its founder David Gifford is also a blogger and an enthusiast of parks and trails and has been curating photos and information on the Totago apps within Metro Detroit.


Trust for Public Land

Totago works with the ParkServe program to ensure park information in the Totago app is accurate and up-to-date. The Trust for Public Land was founded in 1972 by a diverse coalition that believed all people need and deserve access to nature and the outdoors, close to home, in the cities and communities where they live, as a matter of health, equity, and justice.