New Detroit streetcar named QLINE for Quicken Loans

Detroit has started testing its new streetcars on Woodward Avenue. Quicken Loans bought the naming rights to the line, so it’s now officially called the QLINE. If you’re British, this name probably won’t instil feelings of rapidity.Here’s a recent tweet from M1-Rail (click here if it doesn’t show up below): The #QLINE is back on.

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No more M-1 Rail. Welcome, QLINE. Detroit’s 3.3-mile streetcar line from downtown to New Center will be known as the QLINE, according to an announcement by Dan Gilbert’s Quicken Loans today.

A visit to the headquarters of Quicken Loans in downtown Detroit may seem like. Late last year, Donald J. Trump named a former Quicken Loans lobbyist, Quicken received the naming rights for the QLine, a streetcar that is.

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including DTE Energy Co., Quicken Loans Inc. and Rock Ventures LLC, Detroit Athletic Club, Penske Corp., Rush Group and Ford Motor Co., signaled support of the RTA plan last year. A new plan will.

In May, Quicken Loans opened a $400,000 pedestrian esplanade with. The plaza is also near the Congress Station of the QLine, the city’s new streetcar system, which had 50,000 riders during the.

Detroit's civic leaders are counting on a new streetcar route to boost the. The QLine, the city's first foray into high-order transit in decades, opens officially on May 12. A headline in the Metro Times, an alternative weekly, called it "a. Dan Gilbert, the billionaire behind mortgage lender Quicken Loans,

After blocking the path of a streetcar. Detroit on Monday, June 18, 23 protesters were arrested and are facing misdemeanor charges. "Five people were arrested for blocking the entrance to Quicken.

Dan Gilbert, the billionaire founder of Quicken Loans and owner of the. Billionaire Dan Gilbert has already bet $5.6 billion on Detroit's future, but. Then he pointed out how there usta be streetcars downtown, there usta be this, usta be that.. light rail system, he named it the QLine, for Quicken Loans.

Since construction began in 2014, several names have been swirling about for Detroit’s modern streetcar, encompassing a 6.6 mile loop from downtown Detroit through West Grand Boulevard. Today, Quicken Loans pulled back the curtain, announcing QLINE (pronounced Q-LINE) as the name for the new project.