It's Saturday, the first public day of the NAIAS
in Detroit, and you want to go see the Volt
. Or the Ford Airstream
. Or maybe the Ryuga
. Whatever holds your interest, if you're going down to Cobo Hall
, why not take public transportation? Like they did during the World Series
last fall, the Detroit People Mover
office has released a series of tips on getting the most out of Park & Ride options (read them all after the jump). The gist is that you can park at one of the People Mover stations (Grand Circus Park, Cadillac
, Broadway, or Millender Center will have the shortest lines) and pay fifty cents a person to ride to Cobo Hall. The People Mover also offers wheelchair access, and the NAIAS opens at 7 a.m. for the disabled.
The NAIAS website does offer other alternatives
, like parking and taking a shuttle from the Detroit Zoo or Greenfield Village ($5 for parking, $4 per person to ride) or taking the downtown shuttle bus (50 cents one-way).
C'mon Google, where's the People Mover in Google Transit
[Source: Detroit People Mover]