1. June 4, 2024

    U-M to launch plan for Campus Connector with Industry Day

    The university is revisiting a Campus Connector transportation concept, including a core automated transit system and a bus rapid transit system to move people between the Central, Medical and North campuses in minutes.

  2. May 16, 2024

    New campus parking permit rates will take effect July 1

    U-M parking permit rates for all annual permit categories will increase by 2% for fiscal year 2025. The increase helps support the campus parking and transportation system, including operations, maintenance and debt service.

  3. May 14, 2024

    U-M releases high-level preview of Campus Plan 2050

    Following a year of campus engagement to discuss ideas for the future of the Ann Arbor campus, a high-level, preliminary draft preview of Campus Plan 2050 is now available.

  4. May 2, 2024

    More local officials see relevance of electric vehicle planning

    Local officials across Michigan increasingly view electric vehicle infrastructure planning as relevant for their governments, though many cite too few public charging stations and costs associated with adding them as barriers.

  5. January 11, 2024

    Study shows EV cost-competitiveness varies by area

    Is it actually cheaper to own an electric vehicle instead of a gas vehicle? It depends. U-M researchers say where you live matters.

  6. November 20, 2023

    Thanksgiving break parking, transportation modifications planned

    Logistics, Transportation & Parking is advising the Ann Arbor campus community of modifications for parking and transportation services for the Thanksgiving break.

  7. June 22, 2023

    Four electric buses a step toward cleaner campus fleet

    Four new battery-powered electric buses — three 40-foot buses and one 60-foot articulated bus — have arrived on the Ann Arbor campus as a step in a broader effort to decarbonize the U-M vehicle fleet.

  8. May 2, 2023

    Crash-prone Ann Arbor intersection is basis for driving simulation

    U-M researchers have developed the first statistically realistic roadway simulation, based on data collected at a particularly perilous intersection on the south side of Ann Arbor.

  9. April 10, 2023

    E-bikes now available for use on Ann Arbor campus

    The university recently amended its agreement with the micro-mobility company Spin to bring approximately 100 electric-assisted bikes to campus beginning this month.

  10. February 21, 2023

    $15M bolsters work on connected, automated vehicles

    U-M will continue to lead regional efforts aimed at transitioning the nation to connected and automated vehicles — bolstered by a new $15 million, five-year grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation.