Detroit's QLine streetcars have returned to their 3.3-mile track along Woodward Avenue, but they aren't ready for passengers just yet.
“It's been a year since the QLINE has been operating and we know a lot of motorists have gotten into the habit of stopping their car on top of the rail to pick up or drop off something or someone,” said Municipal Parking Director Keith Hutchings. “In order to ensure safe operation of the QLINE, Municipal Parking will begin educating motorists that we encounter during the next week to make them aware of the changes before we begin enforcement.”
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