Ann Arbor Public School-High School Programs
Beginning with the 2012-2013 school year select high schools students will have a new transportation option to get to and from school. AAPS will communicate directly with the students and families who will be affected. The three replaced AAPS high school bus routes will service Huron, Pioneer, and Skyline High Schools.
Shared ride service for individuals who cannot use fixed route service due to a disability. Individuals with an AATA ADA Eligibility Card can ride AATA fixed-route service for free.
Parking shuttles which carry Art Fair patrons from parking lots on the periphery of Ann Arbor directly to and from locations within the Art Fair.
Community Donations Program
Local organizations that qualify may apply to receive up to $100 in fare media
(tokens and passes) with a matching quantity purchased or up to $600 in fare
media without a match.
Two circulator bus routes at EMU that connect Main Campus, West Campus and the College of Business. EMU now also sells discounted bus passes to affiliated students and staff.
ExpressRide (formerly A2Express)
Longer-distance express routes for commuters. Service operates on weekdays from Canton and Chelsea to downtown Ann Arbor.
Parking shuttles which carry UM football spectators from various locations throughout
Ann Arbor directly to and from Michigan Stadium.
The getDowntown Program provides commuting information and resources to downtown Ann Arbor employees and employers. A program of TheRide, partners in the getDowntown Program also include the Ann Arbor Downtown Development Authority and the City of Ann Arbor. GetDowntown programs and services include the go!pass, bike locker rentals, Zipcars, the Commuter Challenge, the Commuter Club, personalized commuting assistance and more.
Shared-ride taxi service for all major holidays when AATA fixed routes are not in service.
Active students, faculty, and staff at the University of Michigan have unlimited access to AATA fixed route bus service through an agreement by which UM pays fares for UM riders.
Michigan Rideshare is a FREE and easy online service that gives commuters who work in Livingston, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, St. Clair, Washtenaw, and Wayne counties the ability to identify potential carpool and vanpool partners quickly and securely.
MyRide is a Mobility Management service that provides transportation coordination to transit dependent individuals. Transportation coordination is based on the individual's trip needs in Washtenaw County and select areas in Jackson, Lenawee, Livingston, Monroe, Oakland, and Wayne Counties
Late night shared-ride taxi service that operates when AATA fixed routes are not in service.
Park & Ride
Park free all day at one of our four lots and ride The Ride to downtown Ann Arbor and the UM campus.
AATA collaborates with 826michigan in support of creative and expository writing by students ages six to 18 and posts their poetry in our buses.
Senior Services (Good As Gold)
Services for seniors ages 65 years and older include shared-ride taxi service and free fares on fixed-route bus service. Service for seniors ages 60 - 64 years offers reduced fares on fixed-route bus service.
TheRide has partnered with The Western Washtenaw Area Value Express (WAVE) to expand public transportation options for Chelsea, Scio, and Dexter residents. The WAVE, an independent service, offers a connector bus to Ann Arbor with designated stops. WAVE service connects with TheRide's Route 9 on Jackson Road at Wagner six times a day (7:01, 9:01, and 11:01 am and 2:01, 4:01, and 6:01 pm)."
Employees in Washtenaw County now have a new commuting option, VanRide. A vanpool allows a group to ride to and from work each day in a comfortable seven passenger van. Riders and vans are assessed a monthly fee that is paid by each rider; the driver rides free. The cost of gas is shared among those in the vanpool group. Insurance, maintenance and incident coverage are all included. Service is available to anyone commuting to or within Washtenaw County.