Transportation

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Alternative transportation has many benefits. It’s good for the planet,
good for your health, and good for your pocketbook.
Public Transportation
Ann Arbor Transit Authority
UM students can ride all AATA buses for free with their Student ID
(MCARD). Just swipe your card when you get on the bus. Visit www.google.com/transit for help in planning your bus route.
The Link
From August to April the AATA operates purple buses called the Link.
The Link connects the South University and Central Campus area to
the rest of downtown Ann Arbor. And the best part is, it’s free! For more
information about the Link, visit www.theride.org.
BTB Party Bus
Call the BTB Party Bus late into the night to get around Ann Arbor.
Most rides are just two dollars. More info at www.btbpartybus.com.
UM Magic Bus
Need to know when the next bus is coming? Check out the Magic Bus at
mbus.pts.umich.edu for real-time bus locations and estimated number
of minutes until the next bus will arrive at a given stop.
Zip Car
Zip Car
You can live without a car in Ann
Arbor! That’s because there are
already cars here for you to use.
More info at zipcar.com/umich.
Carpooling
Want to find a carpool partner?
Check out University of Michigan
Green Ride: umich.greenride.com.
Need to Get Out of Town?
Visit amtrak.com or greyhound.com.
Going to Chicago? Visit
megabus.com. Going to the
Detroit Metro Airport? Visit
michiganflyer.com.
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Ann Arbor Bus Routes

Public Transit Map
AATA Routes
2 - Plymouth
4 - Washtenaw
5 - Packard
6 - Ellsworth
36 - Wolverine Tower
609 - Dexter-University
The Link
U of M Routes
Commuter
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Important Locations
1 - Michigan Union
2 - West Quad
3 - South Quad
4 - Law Quad
5 - Angell Hall
6 - Michigan League
7 - Hatcher Graduate Library
8 - Shapiro Undergraduate Library
 
9 - CC Little
10 - IM Building
11 - CCRB
12 - Stockwell
13 - Mosher Jordan
14 - Alice Lloyd
15 - Couzens
16 - Business School
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Biking and Walking

One of the easiest ways to reduce your carbon footprint is to curb your car.
If the average American biked or walked to work or shopping once every two
weeks instead of driving, we could prevent the pollution of close to one billion
gallons of gasoline from entering the atmosphere every year. Ride your bike
or walk—not only are you cutting way down on carbon emissions, you’re
getting exercise, too!

For a host of resources on biking and walking in and around Ann Arbor, visit
www.getDowntown.org or the Washtenaw Biking and Walking Coalition at
wbwc.org. Additional biking information is also available at www.a2gov.org/bike.

Want to ride your bike, but aren’t sure where to park it? The University of Michigan
has maps of bike parking for every section of campus www.pts.umich.edu/maps.