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Renaissance Center Station is the newest on the People Mover (although a stop was here upon the opening of the line in 1987) it was completely renovated and reopened in 2004 during GMs takeover of the towers. These also include the 76-story Marriot Hotel. The renovations to the station are obvious with more glass and the signs look slightly different. Access is only via level 2 of the concourse beneath Tower 200. The turnstiles are inside the buildings and leads to a glassed in walkway to just beneath the platform where a staircase, up escalator and elevator lead up to the platform. There is also an enclosed emergency staircase directly from the platform to the street right outside the main entrance to the RenCenter.
Artwork: Siberian Ram by Marshall Fredericks is a sculpture that lies in front of more reclaimed green tiles.
All photos taken on 28 October, 2011

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A platform sign, notice the rounded edges and no silver piping border
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The WADL and Fishbone's Greektown train leaves
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The WADL and Fishbone's Greektown train is about to enter Cabo Center right across from the Renaissance Center
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A train enters the side of a building and Cabo Center, viewed from the RenCenter's platform
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Stairs or elevator down to the Headquarters of GM
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The walkway beneath the platform to the skybridge to GM's headquarters
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The short skybrige into the RenCenter
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Looking towards the platform from the skybridge
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Some unidentified artwork before the skybridge
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Siberian Ram
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The turnstiles to leave the people mover and colorful wall tiles
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Doors to the DPM from the RenCenter's huge dining and shopping mall
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