DETROIT — In hopes of making large strides in its public transportation services, the Detroit Department of Transportation unveiled the first seven of its 80 new buses, the Detroit Free Press reported.

Two federal grants totaling $38 million are paying for the buses, 31 of which will have arrived by the end of February, with an additional 49 expected to arrive beginning in April, according to the city. The first seven new buses, which will have security cameras installed, are expected to be in service in the next two weeks. For the full story, click here.

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