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Public Transportation

Options for getting to the MEND / Podiatry Clinic
at Domino's Farms
-Lobby C

The University of Michigan Health System (UMHS) and the University of Michigan Parking & Transportation Services Office are committed to providing convenient, comfortable, and affordable public transportation options for our patients.

North-East Shuttle

Buses on this route will stop at the back of NCAC and NCRC every 15 minutes, instead of every 20. The trip to the main Medical Campus will also be much shorter.

For the first time, the bus will serve the Plymouth Road/US-23 Park & Ride Lot on its route to and from East Ann Arbor Health Center and Domino’s Farms, which will assist patients going to/from those clinical points-of-service.

Please note that the new route will not take riders to the front door of Kellogg or North Ingalls. To get to either of these locations you will now need to drive, or take a bus that stops nearby and walk a short distance.

The North-East Shuttle will have a similar route as UMHS Intercampus, but without the section of Plymouth Road west of Green Road, the Murfin Ave. section, and the Wall Street and North Ingalls Building section.

The route will:

See the full map of the North-East Shuttle route.

See this flyer for updated directions on how to use all of the bus routes that serve north campus and stops on the medical campus.

Wall Street – NIB

This new bus loop will get Medical Campus staff, NIB staff and School of Nursing staff from the new Wall Street Parking Structure to the Medical Campus “hill” and to North Ingalls Building and back.

Service hours will be 6 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday – Friday. The bus will run:

See route details here.

Wall Street Express

This new loop will also get Medical Campus staff back and forth between the new Wall Street Parking Structure and the Medical Campus “hill.”

The bus will run every 15 minutes from 5:10 – 5:52 a.m. and 7 p.m. to 1:07 a.m., Monday – Friday with non-peak hours supplemented by the Wall St.-NIB route.

Route details:

Questions about transportation
U-M Parking & Transportation Services

AATA Rides for Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities

Individuals with disabilities or who need assistance with getting to the Intercampus shuttle bus can travel to the East Ann Arbor Health & Geriatrics Center or to the Comprehensive Cancer Center using the A-Ride or ADA Eligibility Card service provided by the Ann Arbor Transportation Authority (AATA) and then board an Intercampus East shuttle bus to Domino's Farms. Please note: These AATA programs do not cover direct rides to Domino's Farms, which is outside of the AATA program service area.

Attendants are available at the main entrances of the East Ann Arbor Health & Geriatrics Center and the Comprehensive Cancer Center to assist passengers in using the Intercampus shuttle bus.

Intercampus shuttle buses run every 20 minutes (see above). Please allow 45 minutes to 1 hour for your trip from a pick-up stop on the main medical campus to the clinic at Domino's Farms.