Detroit awarded $2.6 million federal emissions grant
Detroit – The city of Detroit has been awarded a $2.6 million federal emissions grant.
U.S. Rep. Brenda Lawrence’s office says the program focuses on low-emission and zero-emission methods of transportation, such as buses. It provides funding to state and local governments to support the acquisition and construction for transit projects.
Lawrence, a Democrat from Southfield, on Thursday announced that award and a $1 million Labor Department grant for the state.
The Workforce Data Quality initiative aims to build and enhance data systems that collect information about workforce training programs and employment services.