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Times Square (Detroit People Mover)

Times Square
Book Tower.
Station statistics
Address Grand River Avenue & Times Square
Detroit, Michigan
Coordinates

42°20′01″N 83°03′08″W / 42.33371°N 83.05228°W / 42.33371; -83.05228

Platforms 1 island platform
Tracks 1, also serving a rarely used track that goes into People Mover maintenace shops
Other information
Opened 1987
Accessible
Owned by Detroit Transportation Corporation
Services
Preceding station   Detroit People Mover   Following station
Detroit People Mover

Times Square is a Detroit People Mover station in Downtown Detroit, Michigan. It is located on Grand River Avenue between Cass and Washington Boulevard. The station takes its name from nearby Times Square, which in turn, took the name from the defunct Detroit Times newspaper formerly headquartered there. It also serves as headquarters for the People Mover system and houses a maintenance facility.

The DPM's 12 car fleet are stored in an indoor carhouse at Times Square.

Stations

Image Station Location
Broadway Station Broadway and John R. Street (downtown YMCA)
Grand Circus Park Station Park Street & Woodward Avenue (David Whitney Building)
Times Square Station Grand River Avenue & Times Square
Michigan Avenue Station Michigan Avenue & Cass Avenue
Fort/Cass Station Fort Street & Cass Avenue
Cobo Center Station Cass Street & Congress Street (Cobo Hall)
Joe Louis Arena Station 3rd Street & Jefferson Avenue (Joe Louis Arena)
Financial District Station Larned Street & Shelby Street (150 West Jefferson)
Millender Center Station Millender Center Apartments
Renaissance Center Station Renaissance Center
Bricktown Station Beaubien Street & East Fort Street
Greektown Station East Lafayette Street (Greektown Historic District)
Cadillac Center Station Gratiot Avenue & Library Street

External links

  • DPM station overview
  • Grand River Avenue entrance from Google Maps Street View


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