Regional Transit Authority of Southeast Michigan.

RTA’s mission is to manage and secure transportation resources that significantly enhance mobility options, to improve quality of life for the residents and to increase economic viability for the region.

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DDOT Detroit Transportation Corp.
(313) 224-2160

thepeoplemover.com

M-1 Rail
1-800-511-3931

qlinedetroit.com

Detroit to Ann Arbor Express Connection Service Temporarily Unavailable (COVID-19)

The Regional Transit Authority of Southeast Michigan (RTA) and The Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority (TheRide), have announced the temporary suspension of the D2A2 express service due to Governor Whitmer’s “Stay Home, Stay Safe” Executive Order to aggressively reduce the spread of COVID-19.

New Express Bus Service Connecting Detroit and Ann Arbor Begins March 16th

The Regional Transit Authority of Southeast Michigan (RTA), in partnership with the Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority (TheRide), is excited to announce their new pilot express bus service connecting Detroit and Ann Arbor, Michigan, called the D2A2.

New Submissions: RTA Transit Diaries

The RTA Transit Diaries are a public forum for transit riders to showcase the heartwarming, fun and sometimes quirky stories. Check out what riders are saying now.

Presenting RTA Transit Diaries

The transit community is unique and diverse, with varying experiences. The Transit Diaries platform is an opportunity to share positive experiences that can be spread to the Southeastern Michigan community as a whole. Submit your RTA experience today.

Take this Survey to Help Improve Regional Transportation

To make sure that the needs and ideas of actual riders are taken into consideration, OnHand is launching a regional survey to learn about your experiences and get your ideas. Please click the link, take the survey now and help build better connections in Southeast Michigan!

Announcement: Municipal Partnership Act Legislation

If the MPA legislation is passed, it would provide the region with another transportation financing tool that can potentially help us close the revenue gap with our peer regions. The RTA continues to work cooperatively and in partnership with our region’s elected leadership, our public transit providers and the far-reaching list of stakeholders across all four-counties that we interact with who are interested in improving transit and mobility across Southeast Michigan.

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