AirRide: New Shuttle Service to Offer Transfers from Ann Arbor to Detroit Airport

by admin on April 7, 2012

The Ann Arbor Transportation Authority (AATA) recently launched a new ground transportation service which will provide shuttle service to and from Ann Arbor and the Detroit Metropolitan Airport.  The AirRide airport shuttle service is a public-private partnership and is operated by the Michigan Flyer.

The AirRide pubic transit service offers 12 trips daily between Ann Arbor and the DTW Airport.

AirRide standard fares start from $15.00 per person but additional shuttle discounts are offered for advanced reservations, seniors, ADA and for travelers who are 17 years old and younger.

Through the public-private partnership, Indian Trails which owns and operates the MichiganFlyer will retain the first $250,000 of the shuttle fares collected for each year of the contract.  The excess revenues will be shared with AATA to offset the cost of the airport shuttle service program.

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