Michigan Flyer-AirRide will resume service from Ann Arbor to DTW in April
ANN ARBOR – Starting on Monday, April 26, Michigan Flyer-AirRide will be restoring its daily service between East Lansing, Brighton, Ann Arbor and Detroit Metro Airport. The restoration is made possible by funding the bus service secured through the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act. In order to help prevent the risk of person-to-person transmission of the coronavirus, cash payments will not be accepted. If you’re boarding in Ann Arbor, tickets may be purchased with cash inside the Blake Transit Center during business hours. Cleaning and sanitizing buses daily, with special attention to high-touch areas.
Metro Detroit bus service for seniors targeted by thieves
DETROIT – Pace Southeast Michigan uses its buses to get seniors to medical appointments. “That could be life threatening because if somebody doesn’t get to dialysis, and now you’re talking Monday, they haven’t been since Friday,” said Jeff Burmeister with Pace Southeast Michigan. During one of the thefts, Fitzsimmons came face to face with a thief who threatened him with a sawzall. If you have any information contact Detroit police at 313-596-5540 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-Speak Up. More: Metro Detroit crime news