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The State of Transit? Rebuilding, Planning for Greatness!

Each year, TRU hosts The State of Transit, bringing together top voices in Detroit area transit to discuss progress, plans, and opportunities for improvement. This Tuesday, January 25, over 120 people joined this virtual event to hear from five great speakers, highlights of which are shared below. The full video can be watched on Facebook. …

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State of Transit 2022 event: Jan 25

Each year, TRU hosts the State of Transit to bring together top transit agency and civic leaders, along with riders and other supporters for what is usually the biggest transit event of the year. Join us this year on Zoom this Tuesday, January 25! Topics Will transit be expanded throughout all of Oakland County this …

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Wayne State offers free DART Passes for Students

Step aside personal automobile: there are new ways to get around Wayne State University. Starting this fall semester, WayneRides has teamed up with DDOT, SMART, The Q-LINE, and MoGo to offer free DART transit passes for all Wayne State students, faculty and staff. Wayne State has subsidized three 4-hour DART passes per day for each …

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An image of the Russell Bus with the words DETROIT AREA TRANSIT COVID SERVICE UPDATES over it

Detroit Area COVID-19 Transit Service Update Center

LAST UPDATED 7/18/20 at 7:00AM. Transportation Riders United is compiling transit service changes on this page. Because service can change rapidly, we will keep updating the page as often as we are able, and will always list the most recent updated date at the top. For the most current information on a service, check the …

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Public Transit in the Age of Coronavirus

How are transit riders and transit services being impacted by coronavirus? Here’s a Detroit-area summary. Stay home if you can! As the experts say, if you can stay home, stay home! Avoid non-essential travel, whether on the bus or other modes. Since people can carry the coronavirus for several days without any symptoms, that’s the …

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