The new buses in Detroit will help reduce overcrowding on some of the most heavily used routes and shorten the wait time for riders.
Fred Westbrook, the president of the bus drivers’ Amalgamated Transit Union local 26, says many of the buses wouldn’t start at the terminal on the city’s east side.
It’s billboard emblazoned with a spider crushing skulls and the words: “Boycott Israel, Boycott Apartheid.
Detroit Mayor Dave Bing lost his bid on Friday to keep more than $7 million in federal funds for the DDOT.
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
A 10-member board has started work on coordinating public transportation in parts of southeastern Michigan.
The Michigan Senate has passed bills that allow the creation of an authority for public transportation in the Detroit area.
Bus riders are lit up over waiting for their ride at Northland a second straight morning in the dark.
D-DOT and SMART are getting some help via the Federal Transportation Administration’s State of Good Repair program.
The Michigan Department of Transportation and Indian Trails Inc., have teamed up to install “hearing loop” technology on a fleet of 17 motorcoaches operating 34 scheduled routes that serve passengers throughout Michigan’s Upper and Lower Peninsulas.