The buses are rolling again in Detroit thanks to an agreement between Mayor Dave Bing, police and the union.
People who catch the bus in Detroit may be waiting a while Friday morning. About 100 Detroit Department of Transportation bus drivers are at work, but are refusing to drive their buses.
Detroiters rallying Monday at the Rosa Parks Transit Center called on Mayor Dave Bing to improve D-DOT bus service in the Motor City.
Saying the up to three-hour waits at Detroit bus stops are too much, Bing said the problem will be resolved within the next 30 days.
Programs are now in effect that work to provide kids safe routes to and from school, as well as keeping students in the educational system instead of expelling them.
While some point fingers concerning the growing bus problem in Detroit, students who ride DDOT are struggling to get to class on time.
Slow bus service in Detroit is reaching a boiling point.
More than half of Detroit’s city buses are out of service on any given day and citizens who depend on the DDOT for transportation are not happy.
Members of “Warriors On Wheels” staged a protest, Wednesday, outside the Detroit Department of Transportation’s headquarters on East Warren.
Detroit Department of Transportation administrators are asking for patience as they deal with the extreme heat.