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Frustrated Riders Speak Out At Hearing On Proposed DDOT Bus Cuts

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The shouting at the Northwest Activities Center reflected the frustration that many said they felt Friday at a Detroit Department of Transportation public hearing on the impact of proposed cuts to bus service.

Some in the audience, made up largely of DDOT riders, said they expected that Detroit Mayor Dave Bing or City Council members would be present. They also wanted to ask questions during the two-hour hearing on the cuts, which are scheduled to take effect March 3.

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