Transportation

Arriving by air
Detroit Metropolitan International Airport (DTW) is only 20 miles from Ann Arbor, about a 45 minute drive (at the most). Major hubs are: Delta, Spirit, and US Air among others. For more information, call 734-AIR–PORT(247–7678).

To get from and to the airport, you can use Michigan Flyer. This shuttle offers near-hourly service each day and picks up at Blake Transit Center (walking distance from campus). A one-way ticket is $15 or $12 if you purchase it in advance online (highly recommended).

Taxis are available 24/7 from each terminal’s Ground Transportation Center. The fee to and from Ann Arbor is around $50-$60, and higher for night rides. Ann Arbor Airport Shuttle is a more economic option, but reservations are required.
Other airport transportation options

Arriving by train
Amtrak: The station is located at 325 Depot Street, about a mile away from Central Campus. See the Amtrak site for scheduling and tickets.

Arriving by bus
Greyhound: The Greyhound Station is located in downtown Ann Arbor at 115 E. William Street. See the Greyhound site for scheduling and tickets.
Megabus: This station is located at the State Street Commuter Lot. Tickets can be purchased at the Megabus site. You will need a taxi or a bus (route 62)  ride to get to Central Campus.

Arriving by car
Directions to the Michigan League
Visitor Parking

Transportation in Ann Arbor
Ann Arbor Buses: Ann Arbor Transportation Authority (AATA)
Campus Buses: U-M Parking and Transportation Services

 

 

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