Spring has (almost) sprung and along with an abundance of green grass and trees, we will soon begin seeing the orange cones from summer road contruction projects. We will update this page as we learn about projects, so be sure to check in as you plan your travel in and out of Ann Arbor!
M-14 Road and Bridge Repairs Beginning Friday, March 4 - August 2016
iShareARide is a service offered through the Ann Arbor Transportation Authority, or AATA and allows those who live in Wasthenaw County the opportunity to carpool! This program, iShareaRide, provides a website for interested carpool members to find carpool or vanpool services in their area.
Since the 1970s faculty and staff have been taking part in a Vanpool program. This sustainable and budget friendly program provides an efficient way for employees to travel to and from work.
The University is large, and it's not always easy to know where every building is.
View a map of Ann Arbor.
What you need to know about Ann Arbor and Campus buses!
Greyhound operates close to central campus and is a great way of transportation to utilize.
Detroit Metropolitan International Airport (DTW) is the closest international airport to Ann Arbor.
Amtrak provides trains around the country from Ann Arbor and provides an easy way to travel.
There are several ways to navigate the city of Ann Arbor after dark.
Bikes provide an easy and quick way to travel around the campus.
Parking in Ann Arbor and on Campus.