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Parking During Construction of Wagner Place

There are over 1500 parking spaces within a short walk to your favorite businesses during construction of the Wagner Place Development and Parking Deck. We recommend lots E, G and F if you are used to parking in Lot H off of West Village Drive. Either that or HIT THE DECKS! All decks and lots are FREE.

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Construction News

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Hit the Decks & Lots!

Downtown West Dearborn now has FREE parking in all parking decks and lots.
On-street parking meters are located on Howard, Mason, Garrison and West Village Dr. and are still at a rate of .50¢/hour for short-term parking.

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Downtown West Dearborn is now only two blocks west from the John D. Dingell Transit Center on Michigan Avenue which opened in 2014. You can easily park and ride from the station to your destination, as well as visitors can get off the train and venture over to The Henry Ford via a connecting bridge from the Transit Center. It  is served daily by Amtrak’s Wolverine, which runs three times daily between Chicago, Illinois and Pontiac, Michigan, via Detroit, Michigan.

John D. Dingell Transit Center Google Map

 

Coming Soon!

On-street bike corrals to ride and park your bike throughout downtown.

On-street Bike Rack Corral example from Portand, Or.

On-street Bike Rack Corral example from Portand, Or.

On-street Bike Corral example from Ferndale, MI

On-street Bike Corral example from Ferndale, MI

Downtown Dearborn plans to make both downtown areas more walkable and bike-able, and to build connectivity between both districts. The City and DDAs also intend to continue exploring other ways to make the community accessible via multiple modes of transportation, including working with the Regional Transit Authority (RTA) to bring both Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) and commuter rail through Dearborn along Michigan Avenue.