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|Location|| Grand River Avenue & Times Square|
|Owned by||Detroit Transportation Corporation|
|Platforms||1 island platform|
|Opened||July 31, 1987|
|Rank||6 out of 13|
Times Square station is a Detroit People Mover station in Downtown Detroit, Michigan. It is located on Grand River Avenue between Cass Avenue and Washington Boulevard. The station takes its name from nearby Times Square, which in turn, took the name from the defunct Detroit Times newspaper formerly headquartered there.
The People Mover's garage and maintenance facilities are attached to Times Square, and the Rosa Parks Transit Center, the main hub for DDOT buses, is located right outside the station's entrance. Times Square is the only People Mover station with two tracks, one on the main loop and another leading into the garage, which flank the station's island platform.
The People Mover shut down temporarily on March 30, 2020, due to decreased ridership amid the COVID-19 pandemic.Following the system's May 2022 restart, Times Square initially remained closed, eventually reopening on June 26, 2023, as the last station to reopen.
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