Detroit Transportation

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Most Viewed Transportation in Detroit

  • 1. People Mover

    The Detroit People Mover is about a 3 mile automated transit system around the main business district of the downtown. It opened in 1987, and has really never achieved its initial vision of serving as...

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  • 2. Detroit Metropolitan Airport (DTW)

    there are two people movers in Detroit and it is a pity that I only rode one of them and this is the Airport Express Tram in the Detroit Metro Airport. The Airport Express Tram is a is a fully...

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  • 3. Delta Airlines

    my all time fave airline. Now Merged with Northwest Airlines and Both are Under the Delta Airline Chain. I have collected many MR's on Delta and used them well....

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  • 4. WINDSOR/DETROIT TUNNEL BUS

    The WINDSOR/DETROIT TUNNEL BUS operates a cross-border service through the Windsor/Detroit Tunnel, seven days a week. Its a short route through downtown...

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  • 5. The Speed Limit is 65

    I always wondered why my husband had a lead foot. I think it can be attributed to the fact that he grew up in Detroit and the speed limit in Michigan is 65...

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  • 6. Getting to Detroit from Chicago

    To get to Detroit from Chicago, take Interstate 94 east for about 4 hours until you see the signs for the city. The speed limit in Michigan is 70 miles per...

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  • 7. Under Construction

    Be aware that a lot of the roads around Detroit are currently under construction. The excuse for a while was that the repairs were to get the city ready for the...

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  • 8. Motor vehicles in the Motor City

    The first stop sign, paved road, and car were all made in Detroit. Detroit has definitely been developed to be a car friendly environment. In order to get the...

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  • 9. Bad Roads?

    Detroit had a reputation for having some bad road damage.Recently, this has been addressed and many of the main roads (Interstates and major city streets) have...

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  • 10. Getting Around Detroit

    I am a native Detroiter. As others have mentioned on this site, there are two ways to get around Detroit:CARS and CARS.Detroit has about THE WORST public...

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  • 11. FREE TRANSPORTATION FROM SUBURBS TO CASINO

    Blue Lakes Charters and Tours offers transportation from many of the Detroit Suburbs to the Motor City Casino in Detroit. For $15.00 you get round trip...

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  • 12. Hey, this is the Motor City!

    You will find that public trans stinks here. While the people mover will get you to most major attractions you want to go inside the downtown area such as ball...

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  • 13. Street Names

    Thanks to the French we have some streets and cities that are hard to pronounce unless you have lived here all your life.Gratiot=Gra-shutLahser=Lasher or...

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  • 14. More Driving Tips

    Road Conditions; Detroit streets are in notoriously bad condition. A combination of heavy trucks, regular freeze and thaw cycles and poor patch jobs conspire to...

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  • 15. Driving in Detroit

    For the most part, getting around in Detroit means driving. If you’re not lucky enough to have a local to do this for you then you will need a car.Take care;...

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  • 16. Transportation choices are to drive or to drive

    Pretty much the only way to get around Detroit and its environs is by car. Buses are generally not used except by locals and there are no trains. There is,...

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  • 17. DDOT

    The bus isn't a very good way to get around Detroit. There's always talk about making a good system, but it's just that, talk. Nothing ever materializes....

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  • 18. This is a car town

    Public transit isn't too efficient in Detroit. Some people use it, but it can take quite a while to get places on a bus. The People Mover is nice, but it only...

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  • 19. The Confusing "Michigan Left"

    Since public transporation is not this city's forte, you will most likely need to rent a car and thus, need to understand the phenomenon of the "Michigan Left"....

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  • 20. Public Transportation

    As far as the motor city is concerned, public transportation is a word that is taboo. Myth has it that the 3 major auto companies have joined hands secretively...

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  • 21. Canadian border

    We crossed the Canadian border at Detroit at 6AM a Sunday. We had no problem with the costums. But in Windsor, we found no sign and nobody to get direction.To...

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  • 22. From Amtrak

    From Amtrak station be sure to use the bus ($1.25) to get to the city centre....its a long, long walk!!!! You can get a bus straight to the city centre straight...

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  • 23. Detroit transportation

    To get around Detroit: First of all the arrangement of streets in Detroit are set on a wheel like grid that start downtown and radiate at angles going out of...

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  • 24. BA fly direct from London

    Detroit has a Peole MOver which is a little train than runs around the city centre, very cheap and useful.A good taxi service and tour guide is Frances Nero, an...

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  • 25. Detroit is known as the Motor...

    Detroit is known as the Motor City and people definitely like their cars. Visitors will probably need to rent one as public transportation is limited or...

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