Detroit is known for its efficient road system and how well it caters to travel via an automobile. Downtown proper expanded its public transportation infrastructure, adding a 3.3-mile circulating streetcar called the QLine this spring. This $140 million streetcar complements the elevated and automated light-rail system already running downtown called the Detroit People Mover.
- Runs for 3.3 miles along Woodward Avenue between Congress Street and West Grand Boulevard
- Headways ranging from 8 to 12 minutes
- Has 20 stations serving 12 stops
For more information, visit m-1rail.com.
MoGo is Detroit’s first public bike sharing system. It’s designed for quick trips around town, MoGo is a fun, flexible and convenient way to get around. MoGo gives you the freedom and flexibility to move around at prices that everyone can afford. Find the right pass option for next trip!
- 430 Bikes
- 43 Stations
- 10 Detroit neighborhoods
- Unlimited 30-minute ride cycles (after initial payment)
The Detroit People Mover
- Runs on a 2.9-mile looped and elevated system
- Loop can be completed in approximately 15 minutes
- Has 13 stations at key downtown locations, including TCF Center, GM Renaissance Center and Greektown
Big Beaver Shuttle
The City of Troy collaborated with SMART to create the Big Beaver Shuttle. The free shuttle connects people to restaurants, shopping, and local hotels along Big Beaver Road (16 Mile Road).
- Livernois to Coolidge — Stops are approximately every 15 minutes. Monday – Friday, 10am – 2pm & 4pm – 8pm
- Livernois to John R — Stops are approximately every 30 minutes. Monday – Friday, 10am – 2pm & 4pm – 8pm
1Detroit People Mover (Detroit Transportation Corp.)535 Griswold St., Suite 400, Detroit, MI 48226313-224-2160