Lyft is offering 60 million free or discounted rides to and from coronavirus vaccination sites in uninsured, at-risk and low-income communities.
A new proposal for a passenger train from Ann Arbor to northern Michigan his new obstacles related to the pandemic after test runs were put on hold for the proposed 240-mile line.
DDOT workers expected to return to work
It’s official, DDOT workers will be returning back to work on Monday, after a written agreement between the ATU Local 26 and The Detroit Department of Transportation was released Sunday.
The Detroit Department of Transportation said Tuesday that its bus system was running at just 10% capacity due to a driver shortage.
This weekend, I-75 will be closed in both directions as crews continue the modernization project.
A new bill introduced in the State Senate would amend Michigan's distracted driving laws, broadening what would be illegal while operating a vehicle.
The Gordie Howe International Bridge team unveiled new renderings of what the bridge will look like on Thursday, showing off five new pedestrian bridges that will be part of the Michigan interchange work being completed.
Virginia State Police report critical injuries after a 69-car pileup Sunday morning on Interstate 64.
Three county executives and a Republican lawmaker introduced plans to help leaders from Oakland, Wayne and Washtenaw negotiate a service area that would help public engagement.
Michigan drivers who want unlimited medical coverage for crash injuries will pay $100 per vehicle starting in July, which will be 55% less than the record-high $220 annual fee they currently pay.
A 71-year-old woman is recovering at a local hospital and a 73-year old man is dead after distracted driving crash in Washtenaw County's York Township.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection announced the software would be rolled out to DTW to verify travelers. While the technology is only used on international arrivals, it will also be made available to domestic travelers who may opt to use facial recognition.
See a need, fill a need. It's always a great way to start a business - and that's exactly what Schlepper founder Jackson Partrich did.
After years of preparation and planning - the launch of Detroit's new light rail system is finally happening.
The fire reached two-alarms before it was contained around 3 a.m. No injuries were reported.
The $200 million investment hopes to change the way people travel downtown.