The Detroit Transportation Corporation attributes most of its operational issues to poor training, frequent staff turnover and vacancies.
Circling the block in Brush Park? Parking proposal aims to help residents
Brush Park could soon have Detroit’s first residential permit parking program under an ordinance adopted in 2019, but two fraternity organizations are opposed.
Are there better ways to get around on Belle Isle?
A public survey is open to gather feedback from visitors as part of an 18-month study to identify ways to ease congestion, increase parking and ways to navigate the island park.
Here’s who MDOT seated to advise on I-375 project in Detroit
The 24-member group was assembled without a formal selection process to advise on the project fraught with tension over its racist origins
Duggan inks emergency deal to ensure rides for Detroiters with disabilities
Four emergency contracts were approved to prevent a 70% reduction of paratransit services in 2023.
Duggan explores emergency action to maintain paratransit service
Mayor Mike Duggan plans to exercise his emergency powers to prevent the loss of most paratransit services after the City Council rejected a $49 million contract in November.
Replacement paratransit vendor unlikely before 2023 service cuts
Some council members would convene a December session to vote on a new contract, but Mike Duggan’s administration said the bidding process will have to reopen next year.
Transit for Detroiters with disabilities at risk after contract rejected
Detroit needs to find a new vendor to deliver 70% of its transit services for disabled residents after the City Council votes down a controversial five-year contract.
Council agrees with disability advocates to ‘slow down’ transit pilots
Detroit’s City Council puts off a decision until next year on a “transportation innovation zone,” which would allow companies to fast-track permits for mobility projects in Corktown.
Some bus riders left cold and confused by temporary State Fair transit hub
Detroit’s makeshift hub is getting more shelters and is expected to be in place for about 18 months as the city constructs a new transit center at the former Michigan State Fairgrounds.