AAATA Expands Express Bus Service to Ypsi

. January 31, 2018.
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In addition to existing express routes to and from Chelsea and Canton, The Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority is now offering weekday express bus services from Ypsilanti Township along I-94. The new schedule provides two non-stop, rush-hour trips in the morning and afternoon between the Ypsilanti area and Ann Arbor. The Ann Arbor stops are on UM’s central and medical campuses and downtown. Express bus stops in Ypsilanti Township are at Joe Hall Drive and on Huron Street at James L. Hart Parkway. The promotional cash fare as the service launches is $1.50 each way. 

For a full schedule of AAATA bus services, check theride.org.

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