Public transit throughout the world has suffered through the Covid-19 pandemic, but maybe not in the way one would think. Prior to the pandemic, roughly 100,000 Detroiters and those in the Metro area utilized bus transportation daily. This resulted in stark fears of the transmission
Life in today's Detroit is reflected on its streets and sidewalks. The People Mover operates through a spirited city core. Cars and trucks clog intersections just as they did in the ’70s. You’d be hard-pressed to miss commuters and residents— tourists even—breezing along Woodward Avenue
The Davison Freeway to the QLine works as a timeline to Detroit's Transit History.
Let's work backwards: most planners and residents are hopeful that the QLine is only the start of a larger transportation system that does more than just spur development. By measure, the $140 million