DETROIT (WXYZ) — The Detroit People Mover will be suspending service at 6 p.m. Monday amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
According the Detroit Transportation Corporation, the change of hours follows significantly reduced passenger use. It will be determined whether or not service will continue in the near future after revewing service capacity.
This is the latest in public transportation services to be changed or stopped during the outbreak. Last week, the QLINE announced it was suspending service and DDOT said it would go change its weekday service to Saturday service six days a week.
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