Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW) is located 20 miles from Huntington Place. For information regarding the airport, please refer to the airport’s website.
There are various options for transportation to and from Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW) including taxis, limos, rideshare and shuttle services. Additional information can be found here.
Detroit Amtrak Station, also known as Baltimore Street Station, is located 3.8 miles from Huntington Place. More information on the train schedules and pricing can be found here.
There are 4,196 parking spaces available on a first-come, first-served basis at the Roof Deck Parking surface lot, Washington Blvd. Garage, Huntington Place Congress Street Garage, and Joe Louis Garage.
Ride-sharing services, most commonly associated with Uber & Lyft, are prevalent as a means of transportation, providing another option for visitors to get around the destination. Ride-sharing companies provide transportation through their apps in the driver’s personal vehicle.
Taxis are the main form of transportation used throughout Detroit. There is an abundance of them all over the city and, most likely, always a few waiting within the taxi line at Huntington Place at all hours of the day and night.
Detroit People Mover – The Detroit People Mover is an automated light rail system operating on an elevated track in downtown Detroit’s Business District.
Detroit Q-Line Rail (FREE! to ride) – The QLINE connects riders to sports and concert venues, museums, special events and recreation, and many of Detroit’s premier retailers, restaurants, and bars.
Fast Powered By Smart – A new reliable, high frequency bus service that connects the city and suburbs.
For information on bus service and other modes of transportation, visit the Detroit Metro Convention and Visitors Bureau website.