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.
COVID-19 is impacting transportation services across the region. As of 8/31/2020, DDOT (city buses) and SMART (suburban buses) are operating fare-free.* The QLINE streetcar has suspended operations. MoGo has expanded its system; bikes are available for a fee (see below). Stay up to date with service changes by following us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. You can also find updated service changes from our partners at Transportation Riders United (TRU) here.
Remember that you should only ride transit for essential needs such as going to work or class, getting groceries or going to the hospital.
*When DDOT, SMART or the QLINE streetcar resume charging fares, Wayne State will provide students with free 31-Day Dart passes via The W Food Pantry. The passes are activated upon use and good for unlimited rides on all three (3) systems for 31 days.
No car? No problem. There are numerous options for navigating the metro Detroit area.
WSU Shuttle service is suspended during COVID-19
QLINE service is suspended during COVID-19.
Detroit People Mover
People Mover service is suspended during COVID-19.
WSU students and employees can save $10 on an Annual Pass (sign up here using your WSU email).
DDOT service is free during COVID-19 and headways and route service has changed.
SMART service is free during COVID-19 and headways and route service has changed.
UMICH Connector and D2A2
D2A2 and Connector service is suspended during COVID-19.
Getting Around Midtown (Video)
Our 2020 O2 presentation on campus-serving transportation options.
Midtown Bikemap (PDF)
Highlighting bike lanes, MoGo and fix-it stations on and around campus.
How to Ride (PDF)
Learn how to get around the region and navigate Dart and MoGo.
For a more in-depth look at your options, email your Transportation Ambassador at email@example.com.