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The major airport for travelers coming to Ann Arbor is Detroit Metropolitan Airport (DTW). DTW is located about 30 miles east of Ann Arbor.

Airport Transportation and Taxi/Shuttle Service

Traveling from DTW to Ann Arbor can be done via airport shuttle, taxi, ride shares or limousine. Ann Arbor Transportation Authority also provides shuttle service through their AirRide program. The shuttle bus pick up and drop off is at the Blake Transportation Center and services both the Evans and McNamara Terminals at DTW. For more information visit the Ann Arbor Visitor site.

Getting Around Ann Arbor

University of Michigan Buses

a/k/a the Big Blue Buses. University buses, which are free for all riders, serves both the central and north campus. The U-M buses run seven days per week and is the best way to get around campus. You can visit the Magic Bus for a schedule of bus routes and an interactive display of those currently in service.

Ann Arbor Transportation Buses

a/k/a The Ride. The city buses run seven days a week through Washtenaw County. The fare is $1.50 per person and exact change is needed. Riding is free with a University M-card. Check with housing to see if your card is programmed for this service. More information can be found at website.

Taxi and Zipcar Service

Ann Arbor also has Lyft, Uber and full taxi service. Zipcar service is also available. Zipcar is a national car-sharing service that allows you to reserve and rent cars by the hour or day. Gas and insurance are included in the rentals. Zipcar Ann Arbor website