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DDOT announces largest service expansion in 20 years

When fully implemented in January, the service expansion is expected to add approximately 1,500 trips per week for DDOT customers. DDOT is rolling out six new 24-hour routes, for a total of nine 24-hour routes citywide. DDOT did not offer 24-hour service prior to 2016. DDOT is also adding five new express routes to help Detroiters get to important job centers.

September 23rd, 2016|

10,000 complaints resolved through Improve Detroit app

About 3,000 illegal dumping sites have been cleaned up, 2,000 potholes have been repaired, 550 abandoned vehicles have been removed and 275 traffic signal issues have been fixed. Nearly 1,000 complaints related to running water in an abandoned structure and 500 complaints related to water main breaks have been resolved.

October 9th, 2015|

100% of DDOT’s scheduled bus fleet on road for first time in 20 years

Detroit's bus system has come a long way. In January 2014, when Mayor Duggan took office, as little as 58% of the city's scheduled bus fleet made it on the road each day. The rest sat in garages due to mechanical issues or lack of drivers. Today, the Detroit Department of Transportation announced the first full scheduled pullout of 192 buses in years.

September 17th, 2015|