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.
Investigators say a mechanical issue may be to blame for Wednesday’s fire that destroyed a number of city buses at a Detroit Department of Transportation bus yard.
WWJ’s Gary Lundy reported one of the cars is believed to have cut off the D-Dot bus causing the accident.
Detroit Department of Transportation Director Lovette Williams was back before City Council to answer questions about the city’s bus crisis.
Detroit City Council Tuesday said “no” to a D-DOT plan to raise the cost of a bus pass to nearly $70.
A D-DOT bus slammed into a building on Fenkell, about two blocks east of Greenfield causing many injuries.
Some local groups want to make sure Detroiters clearly understand the proposed Woodward Light Rail project.
Seven people were hurt Monday when a U.S. Postal Service truck ran a stop sign and hit a bus.