Since it’s inception in September 2013, the Detroit Connector has bridged the geographical gap between Ann Arbor and Detroit for countless U-M faculty, staff, and students. To better serve this transit community, a new, mobile-friendly website is now available to help guide riders to their destination.
- Mobile-friendly design – now it’s even easier to navigate the site on a tablet or mobile device.
- FAQ page – some of the most frequently asked questions about the connector are answered.
- Maps – the bus stop and rider guide pages now offer more maps with greater detail, as well as information on where to rent a ZipCar in Detroit.
In addition to these new features, the Detroit Connector continues to offer U-M faculty, staff and students (with a valid UMID) an opportunity to participate in curricular co-curricular, research, service-learning and community service engagements, while exploring the vast cultural resources that each city uniquely possesses.
Fall 2016 service for the Connector resumes on September 8 and runs Thursday-Sunday each week, unless otherwise noted.
By Mike Morland – Office of the Vice Provost for Equity, Inclusion & Academic Affairs