People Mover by jonbailey
February.12.2009, 11:33 pm
Filed under: Urban Planning

The Detroit Peoplemover is a one-direction elevated ring line in downtown Detroit. It is similar to the downtown metromover in Miami and opened in July 1987. One round trip takes 15 minutes (4.8 km – 13 stations) and trains run every 2-3 minutes. Stations are fully accessible to the handicapped and include artistic elements. Millender Center and Cobo Hall stations are integrated into buildings. The peoplemover is operated by Detroit Transportation Corporation.


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where does our site fall within this?

Comment by rquinn00

We are appx. 1 mi northwest of Grand Circus Park

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