Detroit Metro Map
Don’t try to make sense of it – this is a just-for-fun, ridiculously insane, completely nonsensical, fantasy subway map for Detroit (but if someone ever built it we’d be first in line to ride!)
- Available in three sizes
- Printed on 185gsm semi gloss poster paper
- Includes a 3/16 inch (5mm) white border to assist in framing
- See full description below
About the Detroit Metro
Don’t try to make sense of this Detroit subway map. It’s just for fun.
Detroit, Michigan doesn't have a subway system, but if it did it might look like this. With a population over 4.3MM, Detroit-Warren-Dearborn is the 14th largest metro in the U.S. and the center of the country’s automobile industry.
Flying into Detroit for the Auto Show? Take Red line from Detroit Metro Airport to Midtown and transfer to the Orange line for TCF Center (formerly Cobo Center). From there you can hop on the Yellow line to GM Renaissance Center, or the Green line to Ford Dearborn.
Meet up with friends for drinks in Corktown or dinner in Mexicantown. If you’re in town for a few days, be sure to do some shopping at the Eastern Market or head north to enjoy the Cranbrook Art Museum.
There’s so much to do in Detroit! This dreamy Detroit rail network also provides quick access to:
Detroit Area Shopping
- Downtown Detroit
- Eastern Market
- Grosse Pointe
- Lakeside Mall
- Midtown Detroit
- Rochester Hills
- Royal Oak
Detroit Area Colleges
- Wayne State University
- Wayne County Community College
- Macomb Community College
- University of Michigan-Dearborn
- University of Windsor, Ontario
Detroit Neighborhoods & Suburbs
- Bloomfield Hills
- Cornerstone Village
- Lincoln Park
- Mt. Clemens
- St. Clair Shores
And many more!