Detroit’s bus system is looking to hire a number of qualified mechanics and bus drivers to fill several open positions.
It’s part of a plan unveiled Monday morning by Detroit Mayor Dave Bing’s administration to get more buses on city streets within the next 90 days.
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.
Detroit City Council heard from officials and the public Friday in a hearing looking into the bus service slow down.
City of Detroit mechanics say they are ready and able to repair and maintain the city’s EMS trucks.