The University Record, May 9, 1994

AATA expands Wolverine Tower shuttle service

Ann Arbor Transportation Authority’s (AATA) Route 36, the U-M shuttle to and from Wolverine Tower, will begin 15-minute service on June 13. It now runs every half-hour.

Faculty, staff and students with Uni-versity ID can ride AATA’s Route 36 and Oak Valley Route 16 free when going to and from Wolverine Tower; the University pays the fare.

Route 36 commuter service is now available 7:15 a.m.–6:45 p.m. weekdays. Buses arrive at the main U-M bus stop in front of the C.C. Little Building on the hour and half hour, with the last bus arriving at Wolverine Tower at 6:45 p.m.

Route 36 will depart from Wolverine Tower to Central Campus every 15 minutes on weekdays beginning at 7:15 a.m. June 13. The last bus will leave Wolverine Tower at 6 p.m., according to Liz Nowland Margolis, AATA manager of community relations.

Route 36 also serves the U-M commuter lot on South State Street. Commuters with U-M ID can park free and ride the shuttle free to Central Campus.

The Oak Valley Route 16 leaves the AATA Blake Transit Center downtown every 30 minutes, 7 a.m.–6 p.m., arriving at the Wolverine Tower 25 minutes later. The fare is 75 cents for passengers who take the Oak Valley bus to Briarwood or other destinations south of Ann Arbor.

For information about AATA service, call 996-0400.