Detroit Department of Transportation

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Effective immediately, Antoinette between Cass and Woodward (just north of I-94) will be closed until further notice. Reroutes are as follows:

16-Dexter southbound: From Cass, to left on Burroughs, to right on Woodward, to right on Palmer, to left on Cass, to continue as normal.

16-Dexter northbound: From Cass, to right on Palmer, to left on Woodward, to left on Burroughs, to right on Cass,, to continue as normal.


Beginning Wednesday, Jan. 11 at 8 a.m. until further notice, Cass Ave. between W. Grand Blvd and Milwaukee will be closed for water main repair work. Reroutes are as follows:

16-Dexter southbound: From Cass, to right on Second, to left on Palmer, to right on Cass, to continue as normal.

16-Dexter northbound: From Cass, to left on Palmer, to right on Second, to left on W. Grand Blvd, to continue as normal.

23-Hamilton southbound: From Third, to right on Milwaukee, to right on Second, to continue as normal.

23-Hamilton northbound: No reroutes.

Mid-City Loop: No reroutes.


Effective immediately, due to the permanent closure of Third at I-94, 23-Hamilton will reroute to Second. Reroute is as follows:

23-Hamilton southbound: From Third, to left on Milwaukee, to right on Second, to continue as normal. This is a permanent reroute.

23-Hamilton northbound: No reroutes.




Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan followed through on his commitment to use emergency measures to make sure disabled riders are not left stranded on January 1, 2023.  The administration has authorized 4 emergency contracts to make sure the paratransit service will continue to provide 1,000 rides a day beginning in the new year as DDOT brings the service in-house to handle reservations, scheduling, dispatch, and customer service complaints.  Riders are asked to be patient as the emergency plan is put in place.  DDOT’s paratransit clients will still be able to call the same number, 313-208-7363, to schedule a ride.  The four providers awarded the 6-month emergency contracts are: 

  • Moe Transportation 

  • Big Star Transit 

  • Checker Cab Company 

  • Delray United Action Council

The Detroit City Council awarded a five-year contract to People’s Express which will also provide paratransit service.  The Mayor’s action is also designed to prevent the possibility of losing federal funding by not providing adequate service because of the City Council’s rejection of the 5-year Transdev contract.  In January, the Detroit Office of Procurement will begin a new bid process to find permanent paratransit companies.  Read more here.



State Fair Transit Hub: As construction continues on the new State Fair Transit Center at Woodward Avenue and Eight Mile Road, the current transit hub will be moved approximately 500 feet north on Woodward Avenue to an existing parking lot. The location change took effect Nov. 7.

The location change will not affect service. Riders transferring buses will still be able to complete their transfers as normal. Riders who walk or take other transportation will use the new location, which is about a two-minute walk north on Woodward.

More info is available on our State Fair Transit Center information page here.


DDOT is hiring!

If you are interested in being a vital member of a team that helps Detroiters get to where they need to be, apply for one of our driver or non-driver positions.

The people who work for DDOT are what make it special. We are looking for dedicated employees who can provide excellent customer service while being the Motor that moves the City. We offer a competitive salary, health and dental plans, a pension package, and more.


DDOT Reimagined:

DDOT is reimagining public mobility and needs your help in shaping the future of transit for our city. We want to know where you want to see improvements, and which type of improvements matter to you the most. Share your thoughts about the DDOT bus network now and how we can help to make it better. 

More info here:



The DDOT Cashier’s Office and Reduced Fares Program has relocated to the Rosa Parks Transit Center. RPTC Cashier’s Window hours are 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday; Reduced Fares program hours are 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. The Cashier's Office can be reached at 313-833-1661. Passes can also be purchased via the Dart mobile app.


The Detroit Department of Transportation (DDOT) is the largest public transit provider in Michigan that serves the City of Detroit, surrounding suburbs, and neighboring cities, including Highland Park and Hamtramck. DDOT prides itself on providing reliable, clean, safe, and efficient service.


Temporary detour: 11-Clairmount

Due to the closure of the Junction bridge over I-75 during construction, a portion of 11-Clairmount is being temporarily rerouted onto Toledo and Clark.

For more info including specific reroute and alternative stop info, click here.


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Responding to COVID-19 

DDOT takes the COVID-19 situation very seriously. We are working with the City of Detroit, state and local public health officials and following the CDC’s guidance to reduce the spread of COVID-19. 

Learn more about DDOT COVID-19 updates.

Proposed State Fair Transit Center 

The Detroit Department of Transportation (DDOT) invites all community and business organizations, neighborhood residents, and other stakeholders to learn and share your opinion about the proposed transit center at the State Fairgrounds.  Learn more

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