Freep Editorial: 25 Years of the People Mover and Mass Transit Still at a "Dead End"
This week marks the 25th anniversary of the People Mover, a little piece of Detroit that some had hoped would spur on more mass transit.
Serious mass transit.
A Detroit Free Press editorial notes that 25 years later, Detroit attitudes about mass transit in metro Detroit "haven't changed a bit."
The editorial goes on to say:
Which is too bad. Because the People Mover, in a region that embraced mass transit as a necessity, could have been a catalyst to build an extensive rail network in southeast Michigan. It could have been a beginning, instead of a dead end.