Effective Monday, June 8 the Detroit Department of Transportation will modify its fixed-route service to limit overcrowding on high-frequency routes until weekday service is restored.

Service frequency will increase on the majority of our 24-hour routes that are experiencing heavy ridership — resulting in decreased wait times by 15 to 30-minutes on most routes.

Service on the following express lines will gradually become available:

  • 92-Rosedale;
  • 96-Joy;
  • 95-Ryan;
  • 89-Southwest Direct;
  • 80-Village Direct; and the
  • 42-Mid City Loop.

To ensure the health and safety of our drivers and passengers, DDOT will continue to:

  • Clean the bus at the beginning and end of the line each time the bus completes a trip;
  • Provide free rides to prevent the need for passengers to use the fare box at the front of the bus;
  • Allow entry and exit from the rear doors of the bus only with the exception of all ADA passengers;
  • Prohibit seating immediately behind the driver;
  • Provide drivers with masks, gloves and sanitary wipes; and
  • Provide free surgical masks to passengers until supplies last. 

DDOT is committed to rigorous bus sanitizing practices and is working continually to enhance our health and safety protocols.

Customers are to call Customer Service at (313) 933-1300 Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., view, download and print bus schedules online, or pick them up at the Rosa Parks Transit Center. 

Responding to COVID-19

The Detroit Department of Transportation 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.