Detroit Department of Transportation route 2 'Downtown Red Loop'
|Route Type||Downtown Route|
|Days of Operation||?|
|Average Daily Weekday Ridership (2014)||MISSING|
2 Downtown Red Loop was one of two Downtown Get-Around loop routes operated by the Detroit Department of Transportation in Detroit, Michigan, United States.
At the time of discontinuation, the Red Loop serviced the west side of downtown Detroit, with the east side being serviced by the Medical Center Shuttle.
- September 3, 1968 - Service begins as a Detroit Street Railway route called Mini-Loop #2. The initial route operated from Woodward Avenue and State Street to 6th and Howard Streets via multiple downtown streets. Service was initially provided using Minibus MB-711 buses.
- July 1, 1974 - Service carried on by DDOT.
- 1979 - Service split into a West Loop and an East Loop which served the newly-opened Renaissance Center.
- 1988 - Route renamed Downtown Red Loop.
- 1990 - Service on the East Loop discontinued, leaving only the West Loop.
- April 23, 2005 - Service discontinued.