Thursday, April 26, 2012

Detroit bus riders fear new round of cuts will decimate service | Detroit Free Press | freep.com

Detroit bus riders fear new round of cuts will decimate service | Detroit Free Press | freep.com: "Riders and transit advocates said Monday that they are not sure what they will do if Detroit keeps slashing its bus service, as the city proposes to do again by cutting another $12 million from its general-fund bus subsidy.

"Everybody's going to need a car or a bike," said Danzell Thompkins, 18, an engineering student at Wayne County Community College District who relies on Detroit Department of Transportation buses to get to work and school."

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