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July 22, 2018

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March 27, 2018

U-M working to improve transit, ease poverty in Benton Harbor

Kenneth Gavin's memories of Benton Harbor in the 1970s include the good and the bad — particularly, the fond 1978 recollection of joining the church he would one day pastor.

They also include something more ominous: the opening of The Orchards Mall in Benton Township just a year later.

October 23, 2017

Detroit Connector to increase bus service's time and scope

The Detroit Connector, a University of Michigan bus service connecting the Ann Arbor campus to Detroit, will provide service seven days a week, starting Oct. 30, to U-M faculty, staff, students and, for the first time, the general public.

September 1, 2015

Construction continues on Fuller Road; expect delays

The campus community can expect delays as the city of Ann Arbor continues necessary bridge maintenance on Fuller Road through early October.

Construction was originally scheduled to be complete this summer.

July 12, 2015

Art Fair transit and parking impacts

The Ann Arbor Art Fair runs Wednesday through Saturday and will necessitate numerous changes in some U-M bus routes and parking locations.

U-M Transit Services

Effective Monday through Friday, U-M Commuter route buses will follow traditional "Art Fair" detour routes.

Commuter North buses will travel as follows:

December 16, 2013

Where do U-M faculty and staff live?

More than 75 percent of U-M faculty and staff from all three campuses and U-M Hospitals and Health Centers live in nearby Washtenaw and Wayne counties, 62.2 percent and 13.4 percent, respectively, according to most recent figures.

November 12, 2013

Workshops to answer questions, gather input about transit plan

Members of the campus community are invited to learn more about The Connector project at a series of workshops Thursday.

The Connector is a developing plan for high-capacity transit from northeast to south Ann Arbor, connecting major destinations including downtown, U-M campuses and the medical center, and commercial areas.

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