Detroit bus riders are getting a little something extra with their ticket — an appeal from drivers who want support as they fight for their jobs.
WWJ’s Stephanie Davis reports this is part of the 1,000 layoffs that Mayor Dave Bing announced last fall.
Mayor Dave Bing honored a group of bus drivers Wednesday morning for their help in reducing damage during a fire at a DDOT terminal last week.
On the agenda at Farmington’s school board meeting: A proposal to privatize a number of support services like bus drivers and mechanics, janitors and food workers.
Layoffs are coming in the Detroit Public Schools. This round is hitting bus attendants who help special education and disabled students. AFSCME Local 345 says pink slips have gone out to 88 of 175 attendants. […]
First Student, Inc., the nation’s leader in student transportation, will host two open job fairs on July 22 and 24, to fill approximately 100 school bus driver positions for Detroit Public Schools.