DETROIT (WXYZ) — 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, called the D2A2.
The service will provide hourly trips between the two communities for a little over 16 hours a day Monday to Friday (5:45 a.m.-11:00 p.m.), and limited service on Saturday and Sunday.
The D2A2 service will offer convenient, affordable and reliable transportation for patrons between the two cities. Proposed one-way fares for this service include an $8 base fare, $6 advanced booking discount available at D2A2.com, and a $4 eligible senior/disability fare. The best offer available for commuters is the book of 10, priced at $5 each ($50 total). With low fares and quick transport, the D2A2 is sure to be a highly applauded implementation for RTA and TheRide.
For more information regarding the D2A2 bus service or to purchase tickets, visit https://d2a2.com/