Getting Around

Flying into Detroit is a snap. Once on the ground, you’ll need a car to get around town. The transportation need-to-knows you need to know while you’re with us.

Detroit Metro Airport — DTW

Detroit Metro Airport has two main terminals, McNamara and North. Extra-wide moving walkways, shuttles between terminals, two indoor, 200-passenger trams that transport guests within the McNamara Terminal and an on-site luxury Westin hotel round out the airport’s many services.

Detroit Metro Airport Area Map 2016

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Traffic Updates

Mi Drive is your resource for planning routes with up-to-date road construction information as well as traffic incidents and even road cameras. Get Mi Drive online and on your smartphone or mobile device.


Parking in Downtown Detroit

Here are a few resources that list publicly available parking lots, parking garages and additional information about on-street parking. Some listed provide online apps to help get you parked and on your way as quick as possible.

Parkopedia — Detroit

Bestparking — Detroit

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Local Transit

The Detroit People Mover

The Detroit People Mover, an elevated and automated light-rail system, can help you get around downtown quickly, easily and safely. The 2.9-mile looped system has 13 stations, with automatic stops at key downtown locations.

Hours of Operation
6:30 a.m.-midnight weekdays, with an extension to 2 a.m. on Friday. 9 a.m.-2 a.m. Saturday. Noon-midnight Sunday. 

Cost: one-way fare is just $0.75.

QLine

A 3.3-mile circulating streetcar running along Woodward Avenue between Congress Street and West Grand Boulevard in downtown Detroit. The streetcar route has 20 stations serving 12 locations. Tentative opening May 2017.
7520 Woodward Ave., Detroit, 48202
Phone: 800-511-3931

More Transit Options

Amtrak

Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation (SMART)

Transit Windsor

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