Multi-Boson Interactions Workshop at the University of Michigan

28-30 August 2018
US/Eastern timezone

Travel information

Airport

Detroit Metropolitan International Airport (DTW) is only 20 miles from Ann Arbor, about a 30 minute drive. Detroit is a major hubs for Delta, but is served by essentially all major airlines.  For more information, call 734-AIR–PORT (247–7678).

From Airport to Ann Arbor or from Ann Arbor to Airport

Remember, airlines suggest arriving approximately 2 hours before your flight.

The easiest way to transport between the airport and Ann Arbor is Uber or Lyft and will cause about $40 (of course the price depends on the time you order the service). To get from the airport to Ann Arbor there are a number of taxi and limousine services you can choose from. Cab fare is approximately$60.  Alternately, you can use AirRide, a shuttle service between the airport and the transit center in downtown Ann Arbor. This service runs 13 times during the day and is equipped with wireless internet service.  A one way ticket on AirRide is $15, however, if a reservation is made in advance the fare is reduced to$12.   If you do not have too much baggage, the transit center is a reasonable walk from campus and nearby hotels.

Cabs can get you around Ann Arbor, but keep in mind that we are not a big city where you can hail a taxi at every corner. It is best to call at least one hour ahead in order to make sure that you arrive at your destination on time.  There is also a reasonably extensive bus service.

More information can be found at DTW Airport and Transportation (Bus/Taxi) Information