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Detroit Police Takes Over City Towing

The Detroit Police Department is taking over most of the city’s towing services from contractors, and it has purchased six additional tow trucks to do so.

Detroit Fire Department Adds 49 Ambulances

Braun’s Chief XL units are mounted on Ford F-550 chassis and feature customized interior console layouts, customized exterior compartment sizes, and customized interior cabinets.

Detroit Relaunches Street Sweeping Program

The City of Detroit Department of Public Works (DPW) has relaunched its residential street sweeping program after seven years. The city has purchased four street sweepers and plans to rent eight more.

How Detroit's Fleet Survived City Bankruptcy

Two years after Detroit’s Chapter 9 bankruptcy filing, the city fleet has come out stronger, with a fleet that’s leaner, more data-driven, and striving for further improvements.

Detroit Invests Nearly $22M in Fire Fleet

The City of Detroit has been investing heavily to upgrade its fire department's fleet with nearly $22 million over the past two fiscal years for new trucks and a $1.8-million allocation for maintenance.

Detroit Police Test Take-Home Vehicles

The Detroit Police Department launched a take-home police vehicle program on Thursday, providing a refurbished 2004 Crown Victoria to an officer who lives in the city.