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Alternatives to Print

The Detroit Department of Transportation provides schedules and other service information in the following formats:


Audio Cassettes (routes, general information, and a guide to accessible services)

Audio cassettes provide a step-by-step explanation of DDOT's 54 routes. The tapes describe what areas are serviced by each route, what lines transfer to and from each route,a and give complete schedules and timetables. The tapes describe what areas are serviced and by what route, what lines transfer to and from each route, and give complete schedules and timetables. In short, these tapes tell you everything you need to know, from start to finish, in order to use DDOT buses.


Large-Print Schedules and Brochures

Large-print schedules and brochures are designed for citizens with limited visual capacity. They are replications of our regular print schedules and brochures, except they are approximately double sized. This allows for easy reading and understanding of times, locations, and other information about each of our routes. Large-print schedules and brochures are available in English, Spanish and Arabic, upon request.


Braille

The third way that we have made it better for visually impaired riders to use our service is braille formatted information. Schedules for each of our routes are available in braille format, offering complete descriptions of the routes and other information. The Braille format schedules are available upon request.

For more information about ATP publications and to order copies, call the DDOT Customer Information Center at (313) 933-1300.