DETROIT (WWJ) – This makes for an interesting flight — Mayor Dave Bing and Governor Rick Snyder are both heading to Washington on Monday.

Today will be the first face-to-face meeting between Snyder and Detroit Mayor Dave Bing since Friday’s announcement that the state will begin a review of the city’s finances starting Tuesday.

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“The governor and I will be together, we’re going to Washington, D.C., and so we will have a lot of time to talk,” Bing said.

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And the purpose of the road trip: “We’re going to talk to the Secretary of Transportation to talk about regional transportation,” Bing said.

The mayor also said a number of committees are being formed to address the city’s cash flow crisis.

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“We will have representation from my office, we’ll have representation from city council, from labor and from business. So we’re setting up I’d say probably 8 or 10 different committees to start to work,” Bing said.