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The Office of Mobility Innovation (OMI) builds solutions that improve transit access and experience by engaging residents in every step of the process. Mobility is a pathway to opportunity in Detroit.
Featured: 2020 E-Bike Leasing Report
Electreon is set to build a public wireless in-road charging system to pilot on a one-mile section of road in Detroit.
The General Services Department will renovate more than 50 parks and public spaces across the city this year.
Learn more about City parks by visiting: https://detroitmi.gov/departments/parks-recreation
The Department of Public Works (DPW) is investing more than $100 million this year in improving the City’s road infrastructure. Road resurfacing projects include removing worn or damaged pavement, adding new asphalt, fixing broken curbs, adding ADA ramps, and adjusting manholes or catch-basins that have collapsed.
Phone: (313) 224-3901
The City of Detroit is investing $80 million in bond funding to improve streetscapes and commercial corridors across the City. These streetscape improvements support the City’s neighborhood planning efforts to improve safety and quality of life for Detroit residents. Streetscape improvements might include a variety of amenities including expanded sidewalks, bicycle lanes, improved lighting, plantings, neighborhood branding, and more.
Phone: (313) 236-9522
The Detroit Water and Sewerage Department (DWSD) is investing nearly $150 million this year ($500 million over five years) to begin to renew the city's water and sewer system, replace lead service lines, and install green stormwater infrastructure. The map includes projects planned for 2019 – 2021.
Phone: (313) 267-8000
DTE is upgrading the natural gas infrastructure for improved safety and reliability. This includes: installing new durable, plastic gas mains/service lines and moving interior located gas meters to your home’s exterior.
Phone: (313) 270-9240
DTE is trimming trees throughout the City of Detroit to help improve electric reliability. If work is required at your location, DTE will contact you by either knocking on your door to discuss the details or by leaving a door hanger. There is no cost for this service. This program will occur city-wide and is not reflected on the map.
(Submit an inquiry online, please allow 5-7 days for a response)