Detroit People Mover

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Downtown Detroit
7 days a week. Holiday service varies.

Detroit People Mover is an all-elevated automated people mover line that runs every few minutes in Downtown Detroit. The line has only one track and all trains operate one way in a clockwise loop. The entire loop takes less than 15 minutes to complete.

One of the purposes for the People Mover is to connect downtown destinations, including the convention center, and parking lots. Connection to QLINE surface streetcar is available at Grand Circus Park.


Map

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How to ride

Many stations on the Detroit People Mover system have street entrance. Some stations are accessed only from adjacent buildings (that are open to public).

To ride, go through the turnstiles by dropping coins or tokens (can be purchased at the station with paper bills), or swiping pre-paid passes. From there, proceed to the platform. All trains go in one direction and serve all stops.

The people mover features level boarding at all stations. Accessible faregates and elevators are available at all stops to access the platforms.

Fares

Single ride fare is $0.75.

Monthly pass is available for $10.

No fare arrangement with DDOT, SMART, or QLINE.