July 4th AATA Transit Schedule

The Ann Arbor Transportation Authority (TheRide) will not operate regular fixed-route bus service, A-Ride paratransit, senior taxi or ExpressRide services on Wednesday, July 4, 2012 in observance of the Independence Day holiday. Regular services will resume on Thursday, July 5.

On Independence Day, AirRide service between Ann Arbor and Detroit Metropolitan Airport will operate on its regular schedule.

The Blake and Ypsilanti Transit Centers will be closed on July 4 and reopen for regular business hours on July 5. TheRide’s administrative offices at 2700 South Industrial Highway will also be closed on the holiday.

Passengers may take advantage of TheRide’s HolidayRide shared-ride taxi service on July 4 for just $5 a person. Seniors and persons with disabilities with an identification card issued by TheRide may ride for $2.50. Trips must have their origin or destination within Ann Arbor, and all trips must begin and end within the service area.

Individuals with a go!pass may ride for $3, with the balance funded by a grant from the Ann Arbor Downtown Development Authority (DDA). Trips must begin or end within the DDA district boundaries, and all trips must begin and end within the service area.

The Holiday Ride taxi service operates within the city limits of Ann Arbor and east to downtown Ypsilanti between ClarkRoad/Huron River Drive on the north and Ellsworth Road/Michigan Avenue on the south. To schedule a Holiday Ride trip, call 734.528.5432.

Bus route, schedule and detour information is available at 734.996.0400 or TheRide.org.