In observance of Labor Day, the Detroit Department of Transportation (DDOT) will operate on a Sunday schedule Monday, September 7.

  • 15 funeral processions with the families of the deceased will drive around Belle Isle to honor the City’s 1,500 COVID-19 victims 
  • WRCJ 90.9 radio will offer the soundtrack for the memorial as well as live coverage and remarks by dignitaries  

The City of Detroit is seeking 400 volunteers to assist with the August 31 Memorial Drive on Belle Isle to honor victims of Covid-19, the nation’s first citywide memorial to honor pandemic victims.

Census Ends Sept. 30 

With a little over a month left before the 2020 Census ends Sept. 30, Detroit officials are imploring residents to complete the Census online, by phone or at one of 30 kiosks located across the city.

On Wednesday, August 26 to Monday, October 26, the following bus stops are temporarily relocated northbound on Moross in front of St. Johns Hospital for the following routes: 

On Friday, August 28 until Sunday, August 30, the following bus routes have detours: 

#5 Van Dyke-Lafayette and #67 Cadillac/Harper 

All of the Detroit Department of Transportation (DDOT) bus routes have resumed service operating according to the Saturday bus schedules, except for the following routes on a weekday schedule (Monday-Friday):

Detroiters families will have a chance to take one last public look at their lost loved ones August 31 in the nation’s first citywide memorial to honor victims of Covid-19.

On Wednesday, August 19, the #27-Joy Rd bus reroute is as follows: 

Westbound: Regular on Joy Rd., to the right on Howell, to the left on Livernois, to the right on Joy Rd., to regular.