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WayneRides

WayneRides is Wayne State University's one-stop shop for all things transportation in and around Detroit. We're here to make transportation as simple and accessible as possible for WSU students, faculty, staff and neighbors. 


WayneRides Warriors

 

   

Click here to share your commute with WSU's Transportation Ambassador!


Upcoming opportunities to hear from transit providers and take a group ride with WSU's Transportation Ambassador: 

More events Fall 2018!

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No car? No problem. There are numerous options for navigating the metro Detroit area.

WSU Shuttle
WSU offers two free campus shuttles that allow you to park your car and still get from one side of campus to the other by simply flashing your OneCard. Shuttles are free for all WSU students and staff, and the medical campus route offers free transfers to the Henry Ford Hospital and Detroit Medical Center. Find more information on the WSU shuttle here.

 

QLINE
Also known as M-1 Rail, the QLINE is a 6.6-mile circulating streetcar loop serving 12 locations on Woodward Ave. from Downtown Detroit through Midtown, New Center and the North End. The streetcar circulates each of its 12 stops approximately every 15 minutes. Find more informaton on M-1 Rail here.

Detroit People Mover
The Detroit People Mover is a fully automated light rail system that operates on an elevated, single-track loop in Detroit's central business district. The People Mover has 13 stations and costs $0.75 to ride. For more information on how to ride the People Mover click here.

Zipcar & Maven
Zipcar and Maven both offer a campus car-sharing program. The cost-effective and convenient transportation option is now available 24/7 to students, faculty and staff over age 18. There are benefits to both options depending on your need for use and frequency of use. For more information on Zipcar click here. For more information on Maven click here.

MoGo Bikeshare
MoGo is Detroit's first public bike sharing system, with 430 bikes at 43 stations across 10 Detroit neighborhoods, including WSU's campus. Designed for quick trips around town, MoGo is a fun, flexible and convenient way to get around. Find more information on MoGo here.

DDOT Bus
The Detroit Department of Transportation (DDOT) operates buses within the city of Detroit. Fare for the bus is $1.50 per ride, with weekly, bi-weekly, monthly and $10 value cards available. Passes can be purchased at the WSU Bookstore, S&L Quickstop, and any participating CVS or 711 store. For more information on DDOT click here.

SMART Bus
SMART operates bus service in Oakland, Macomb and Wayne counties with local travel within and between suburban cities as well as service into downtown Detroit. Fare for the bus is $2.00 per ride with the option to buy monthly and value passes, as well as regional passes that are valid for use on both SMART and DDOT. For more information on SMART click here.

UMICH Connector
The University of Michigan's Detroit Connector provides transportation between Ann Arbor, Dearborn and Detroit. The service is available to the general public, and to UM and WSU students at discounted rates. For more information on The Connector click here.

Wondering how much your current commute is costing you? Try MDOT's Commute Calculator.

Check out WSU Parking and Transportation's webpage for detailed information on parking and WSU transportation services.

For a more in-depth look at your options, stop by WayneRides Open Office Hours from 3-5pm on Mondays in the Dean of Students Office, or click here to schedule an appointment with your Transportation Ambassador.