Great Lakes and Upper South in the News: The QLINE: What to see and where to visit near each stop" from Curbed Detroit
The QLINE, after years of discussion and anticipation, will finally open for riders on May 12. Yes, it runs 3.3 miles down Woodward and back. Since it’s been in development, it has spurred a lot of development in its path. It should make it easier for many who live nearby to get to and from downtown and Midtown.
It’s also along the path of many major landmarks, museums, and buildings in Detroit. If you don’t live along its path and you want to spend the day sightseeing, or if you’re visiting the city, there are many places to stop along the way.
Will it become so successful that they’ll continue it down Woodward into the suburbs? We hope so. Until then, here are a few places you can visit right now. Did we forget something? Let us know in the comments or drop us a note on the tip line.
We’ll have more updates and info on the QLINE as the grand opening gets closer. Check the M-1 Rail website for more information. There’s a big party planned, FYI.
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