While many of Detroit’s hottest hotels, restaurants and bars are only a short walk from TCF Center and Hart Plaza – there are plenty of cool mobility options if you need to get somewhere fast during NAIAS.
You can hop on an e-bike or an electric scooter for a quick and easy ride to your destination downtown, or jump on the QLINE streetcar that serves 12 locations on Woodward Avenue.
You can sit back on the Detroit People Mover light rail that makes multiple stops in Detroit’s central business district, including TCF Center, or take advantage of MoGo, Detroit’s bike-share program with 430 bikes at 44 stations across Detroit neighborhoods.
Also keep an eye open for some other dynamic new technologies to make their way to the streets of Detroit during the show as a result of Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s NAIAS 2020 Michigan Mobility Challenge.
The Challenge is encouraging cutting-edge mobility solutions that will help facilitate show visitor travel between TCF Center and destinations, including transportation hubs, hotels, restaurants and local points of interest.
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