Renaissance Center station

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Renaissance Center
DPMoverRenCenstop.jpg
Location Tower 200, on level 2
Coordinates 42°19′49″N 83°02′24″W / 42.33020°N 83.03992°W / 42.33020; -83.03992Coordinates: 42°19′49″N 83°02′24″W / 42.33020°N 83.03992°W / 42.33020; -83.03992
Owned by Detroit Transportation Corporation
Platforms 1 side platform
Tracks 1
Construction
Disabled access Yes
History
Opened 1987 (original), 2004 (current)
Services
Preceding station   Detroit People Mover   Following station
One-way operation
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One-way operation

Renaissance Center is a Detroit People Mover station in Downtown Detroit, Michigan. It is located at the northeast corner of the Renaissance Center complex (whence the station takes its name), connected to Tower 200 (Northwest) at Level 2 alongside Jefferson Avenue. As it serves RenCen, the station serves the Marriott Hotel, General Motors headquarters, the Riverfront and the Wintergarden shopping center. In 2014, this stop was the second most heavily trafficked (behind only Greektown) with 487,758 riders.[1]

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  1. ^ Lawrence, Eric D (2015-06-24). "People Mover's Grand Circus Station back in service". Detroit Free Press. Retrieved 2015-08-27. 

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