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Starting Friday, October 23 – Monday, October 26, 2020, MDOT will conduct work in front of the State Fair Transit Hub.

Starting Friday, October 23, 2020, DDOT buses will not go into the Eastland lot until further notice.

Please board and exit the #17 Eight Mile bus (east and west) on Kelly Rd. at the available bus stops.

  • City seeking public input on making city streets safer and easier to use transit, walk, bike and drive
  • City, in combination with community ambassador organizations, to host a series of virtual community engagement meetings
  • Public

Starting Wednesday, October 21 - Thursday, October 22, the following bus routes have detours: 

#9 Jefferson and #80 Villages 

  • Detroit Low-Income Housing Tax Credit projects selected among competitive state process.
  • Largest of five awardees is Brush Watson, which will be expanded and now bring 310 apartments, 163 of them affordable, to Brush Park, one of city’s fastest-developing a
  • Detroit maintains credit ratings, with Moody’s stating, “The positive outlook reflects the City's early and significant response to projected revenue declines”
  • These bonds mark the second series sold on the City’s own credit in more than 20 years

The Detroit Department of Transportation Monthly Community Input Meeting is an open forum about DDOT's services, fares, routes, and much more. Your feedback is valuable to help make DDOT a system of choice for everyone.

NYFA is pleased to announce that the Rauschenberg Medical Emergency Grants program is now accepting applications.

  • The 2020 Survey of Detroiters’ Budget Priorities is part of a robust community engagement plan around the use of residents’ tax dollars and City services
  • The survey can be taken online at