INDIAN TRAILS TO SUSPEND ALL DAILY, SCHEDULED BUS ROUTES
March 21, 2020—Indian Trails, Inc. is suspending all of its daily scheduled bus service, which includes routes throughout Michigan, and into Chicago, Milwaukee and Duluth, as well as connections with the Greyhound and Amtrak national transportation networks. Approximately 80 communities served by these bus runs are affected.
Michigan Flyer-AirRide to Suspend Service March 16 - April 16
March 13, 2020—Due to a sharp decline in demand by passengers traveling to and from Detroit Metro Airport, Michigan Flyer—the airport shuttle service of Indian Trails—will suspend all of its daily runs between East Lansing, Brighton, Ann Arbor and Detroit Metro Airport from Monday, March 16, until Thursday, April 16.
How Indian Trails and Michigan Flyer are Responding to the Coronavirus
March 11, 2020—The safety of Indian Trails’ customers and employees is always our top priority. Therefore, we are closely monitoring the coronavirus situation, and taking action based on guidance from public health experts, such as those at the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
INDIAN TRAILS BUSLINE MAGAZINE FEATURE | PROVIDING HIGH-QUALITY TRANSPORTATION SERVICE FOR MORE THAN A CENTURY
Diversification, adapting to changing times and the ability to reinvent itself have been keys to Indian Trails Inc.’s track record of providing high quality transportation services for more than a century.
MICHIGAN FLYER LAUNCHES BRIGHTON SERVICE, ADDS MORE RUNS IN EAST LANSING & ANN ARBOR
In partnership with Livingston County, Michigan Flyer—a division of Indian Trails, Inc.— has extended its deluxe airport shuttle service to Brighton starting October 1, 2019, offering frequent daily motorcoach runs to and from Detroit Metropolitan Airport (DTW).
Detroit Connector Bus Expands to Seven-Day, Public Service; Includes Routes to Ann Arbor, Dearborn and Detroit
The Detroit Connector, a University of Michigan bus service connecting the Ann Arbor campus to the city of Detroit, will begin providing service seven days a week, starting Monday, October 30, to U-M faculty, staff, students and—for the first time— the general public. Previously, Detroit Connector service was offered four days a week.
Bus stops will include the Central Campus Transit Center (CCTC) in Ann Arbor, University of Michigan-Dearborn, and University of Michigan Detroit Center.