Ann Arbor is only 25 minutes from the Detroit Metropolitan Airport (DTW), so there are many affordable and hassle-free options for transportation between Ann Arbor and DTW, such as car rentals and airport shuttles.

  • Michigan Flyer: One-way rate is $15 and round trip is $25 if purchased through their website at, or $18.00 if purchased at the coach. They are currently running 9 departures a day. The only location for pick-up and drop-off in Ann Arbor is at the Blake Transit Center. See the Michigan Flyer site for schedules and reservations.
  • Taxi/Shuttle Service: There are many taxis, shuttles, and private cars that specifically operate as airport transportation between Ann Arbor and DTW. See listings for car, taxi, and limo services.
  • Amtrak: The Amtrak Station is located at 325 Depot Street within the city of Ann Arbor. See the Amtrak site for scheduling and tickets.
  • Greyhound: The Greyhound Station is located in downtown Ann Arbor at 115 E. William Street. See the Greyhound site for scheduling and tickets.



The Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority, also known as TheRide, provides frequent bus service around the city and surrounding neighborhoods. Bus routes are available from hotels on State Street on Route 62. 


Ann Arbor is known as a”‘walk-friendly” city. Visit local parks, explore cool shops, and enjoy a plethora of food options within walking distance of the Union.