DETROIT Calling it a “economic stimulus package” for downtown operators, officials of the rapid-transit Detroit People Mover system have turned loose a promotional “dining car” wrapped from cab to back bumper with a decal-like covering that sports the names and logos of dozens of eateries. The decorated car used in the elevated, 2.9-mile rail system built 30 to 40 feet above ground loops through the city’s downtown several hundred times a week, making it highly visible to passengers, ...

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