A prosecutor says no charges are planned in southwestern Michigan after a video posted online showed a 7-year-old boy being slammed into a school bus window by a female transportation employee.
A higher-speed bus line in the Grand Rapids area is getting a nearly $32 million boost from the federal government.
A woman riding a school bus in southwestern Michigan to control rowdy behavior was “totally wrong” to sit next to an unruly boy and slam him against a window inside the vehicle, her boss said Friday.
A 5-second video, apparently shot by someone on the bus and posted on Facebook, shows a boy being lifted from a seat and slammed into a window with a loud bang. The woman yells “Sit down!”
City officials now say the driver of a DDOT bus was at fault in a crash that injured 16 people Monday afternoon.
A hydrogen fueling station in downtown Flint, built by Lehigh Valley, Pa.-based Air Products (NYSE: APD), is now fueling the Flint Mass Transportation Authority’s hydrogen fuel cell powered bus now in service for riders.
A local public transportation advocacy group says Mayor Dave Bing has not kept his promise to improve DDOT service within 30 days.
As a follow-up to the Detroit Department of Transportation public hearings held last week, an informational meeting will be conducted Wednesday to announce the final results of the changes to the city’s bus system.
The Detroit Department of Transportation will begin public hearings Thursday on the proposed service changes taking effect later this month.
The DDOT public hearings on bus system changes, set to take effect in early March, were more about informing bus riders of the changes and recording n their comments, than a discussion on the impact of those cuts.