The rapid transit line in West Michigan’s largest city is designed to travel as fast as a light rail system but at a fraction of the cost
They’re making their melodious voices heard.
D-DOT and SMART are getting some help via the Federal Transportation Administration’s State of Good Repair program.
A local public transportation advocacy group says Mayor Dave Bing has not kept his promise to improve DDOT service within 30 days.
The Detroit Department of Transportation is making more changes to bus service as it tries to become more reliable.
A local businessman who says he’s fed up with “bad” bus service in Detroit is taking matters into his own hands.
“I’m a believer and I know we deserve nothing but the best,” said Detroit Mayor Dave Bing, delivering his 3rd State of the City address Wednesday evening.
Detroit is ending early morning bus service as part of an effort to cut about $11 million in costs and improve the city’s problematic public transportation system.
Members of Transportation Riders United said they were locked out of Mayor Dave Bing’s office when they tried to deliver a Valentine’s Day message.
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.
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