M-1 Rail Line
Here’s how Metro Detroit’s public transit agencies are responding to coronavirus.
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Joining SMART and DDOT, it will soon be much easier to transfer to and from the Woodward Avenue streetcar.
The streetcar’s first year report is out, showing a sharp decrease in riders in the second six months of its year.
We check in with the QLINE as they get a clearer picture of ridership and look toward a regional transit plan.
Your guide to museums, buildings, and landmarks to visit along the QLINE route on Woodward Avenue.
Free rides on the QLINE are coming to an end after Labor Day. Here’s how to plan ahead.
The M-1 rail continues to make improvements as it prepares to finally charge riders in September. Ridership has increased, more streetcars are on the road, and more tickets are being issued for those blocking the rail.
System improvements in the near future include more accurate station kiosks, signal priority at certain intersections, and more streetcars on the road.
Have you ridden the QLINE yet? What do you think?
Updated info on pricing, payment methods, safety, hours, and more.
The QLINE will be free to ride May 12-14 and many businesses and restaurants along the way will have discounts and specials this weekend.
The QLINE starts running soon. Will you use it? Do you use the bus? Are we just attached to our cars here?
The QLINE will be running in just over a month. Here are a few resources to get ready for the big day.
The list, as reported by McClatchy, includes 50 infrastructure programs across the U.S., including the M-1 rail and Gordie Howe Bridge.
More buildings will be redeveloped into residential, office, and restaurants downtown on Broadway, while Midtown sees the opening of affordable housing.
We should start seeing some exterior work on the Old Wayne County Building soon, the M-1 rail celebrates Woodward being open to traffic, and more.
The Metropolitan and Wurlitzer Buildings continue their renovations, the QLINE track installation, and Dan Gilbert talks about needing more office space.
The next one arrives Wednesday night, and more will be delivered every few weeks until all six are in Detroit.
The M-1 rail will run until midnight Friday and Saturday nights, according to the Detroit Free Press. Progress!
The QLINE is projected to open for passengers Spring 2017.
Just in time for the Thanksgiving Day parade and Lions game.