It's been an incredible week for James Robertson of Detroit.
He's the man who's been walking to work for years -- a round trip of about 21 miles. But now that his story has gone viral -- his life is about to change in a big way.
An online account set up for him has now raised more money - $300,000 - than he's ever made. Will all that money change him?
Robertson and two strangers who've now become two of his best friends are on the panel.
James Robertson, known for walking 21 miles a day to work and back.
Blake Pollock, a banker who gave Robertson rides
Evan Leedy, Wayne State University student who started the GoFundMe account to help James.
Charlie Langton, FOX 2 legal analyst
Part 2: Metro Detroit's public transportation issues
James Robertson's commute to work inspired the nation but as inspiring as it is, it is also shines a frustrating light on metro Detroit's public transportation situation.
What about the thousands of other people, the working poor, who barely make enough to live. What can we, what should we do for them?
Megan Owens, executive director of Tru Transportation Riders United
Andrew "Rocky" Raczkowski, conservative analyst
Maureen Taylor, a longtime advocate for the working poor.
Let It Rip On The Road:
Langton takes to the show to the streets and asks what viewers think of metro Detroit's public transportation issues.