Commuting Public Transportation AAATA buses can take you practically anywhere you want to go in the Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti area, including Meijer, Kroger, and Amtrak. AAATA will also be operating several park-and-ride lots in the Ypsilanti area beginning in early 2012. For more information, check the Routes and Schedules section of the AAATA site or call 734-996-0400 to talk to an information specialist.
Ridesharing Resources Michigan Rideshare is a free and easy way for commuters working in Southeast Michigan to find carpool, vanpool, and bike partners quickly and securely.
Border-to-border Trail The Border-to-Border Trail is an ongoing collaboration between Washtenaw County communities and organizations to construct a shared-use path serving hikers, bikers, walkers, and commuters that will link the open spaces of the Huron River greenway.
Proposed Commuter Rail Stop
The project will provide regional rail service in the Ann Arbor-Detroit corridor using existing infrastructure whenever possible. The project began as the Ann Arbor to Detroit Rapid Transit Study Alternatives Analysis. Visit the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments website for updates and information.
As part of a Southeast Michigan Council of Governments (SEMCOG) project, a commuter rail stop in Ypsilanti has been proposed. The Ypsilanti stop will be part of the Ann Arbor-Detroit Regional Rail Project, facilitating rapid, reliable public transportation to Detroit.
MiTrain Press Conference & Commuter Rail Car Tour
On Friday, August 16, 2013, a press conference regarding the proposed commuter rail stop was held.