University of Michigan Parking & Transportation Services

The PTS Department provides parking and transportation services to employees, students, departments and visitors at the University of Michigan Ann Arbor campuses. We operate and maintain more than 27,000 parking spaces, provide campus bus service 360 days a year with roughly 60 buses serving 12 routes, maintain a fleet of approximately 1,000 vehicles of various types and uses, and offer vanpools and other alternative transportation options available to the campus community.

What's New

No Transit Service July 4

Posted: 06/27/2016

In observance of Independence Day, University bus routes will not operate on Monday, July 4th. On July 4th, AAATA will operate its Holiday Ride service, a curb to curb taxi service. Trips cost between $5 and $7 depending on location. Information about HolidayRide can be found on their website. Regular University bus routes will resume on Tuesday morning, July 5th.

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TheRide Independence Day Holiday Schedule

Posted: 06/21/2016

The Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority (TheRide) will not operate regular fixed-route bus service, ExpressRide, A-Ride, or GoldRide services on Monday, July 4, 2016 in observance of the Independence day holiday. These services will resume on Tuesday, July 5. The Blake and Ypsilanti Transit Centers will be closed on Independence Day, but will reopen on Tuesday, July 5. TheRide's main office at 2700 S. Industrial Highway will be closed on Monday, July 4, and will reopen on Tuesday, July 5. AirRide service between Ann Arbor and Detroit Metro Airport operates 365 days a year. The "Book a Trip" feature on MyAirRide.com displays the AirRide holiday schedules.

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2016 Commuter Challenge Sees Record Participation, Significant Impact

Posted: 06/7/2016

The 2016 Commuter Challenge was the biggest and best yet! More people logged more alternative commutes than ever before. Here are the final results and winners from the annual commuting competition:

These stats all break the record from previous years making the 2016 Commuter Challenge the most significant yet.

Read more on getDowntown's website.

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