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Built in 1987, the Detroit People Mover is an automated train in the...

Built in 1987, the Detroit People Mover is an automated train in the downtown Detroit area. The circular loop is elevated above the city streets

After being shutdown for 2 years due to the surge of the pandemic, The Detroit People Mover is back running! With FREE rides from now today until Aug. 18th!


The hours of operation have also been changed to 7am to 7pm, Monday through Friday, and 10am to 10pm, on Saturday. Services are NOT available on Sunday.


There will be limited service for now, with stops at Greektown, Michigan Avenue, Huntington Place, West Riverfront, Millender Center, and Grand Circus Park.


Fort-Cass, Financial District, Renaissance Center, Bricktown, Broadway, Cadillac, and Times Square stations are temporarily closed, but will reopen once construction is completed, officials shared.






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