Alternative transportation

Wayne State is located in Detroit's vibrant Midtown neighborhood. There are many options for getting to, from and around campus, including DDOT and SMART buses, the QLINE streetcar, MoGo (bike share), Zipcar and more.

New in fall 2021, Wayne State is subsidizing four-hour Dart and annual MoGo passes for all enrolled students, as well as full- and part-time employees, allowing them to ride DDOT and SMART buses, the QLINE streetcar, and MoGo bikes for free. To participate, users will need to download the Dart app and enter an eligibility code, or sign up using their Wayne State email address on a customized MoGo webpage, and follow the instructions provided.

Request a Dart eligibility code.                    Sign up for an Annual MoGo pass.

Please Note:

To download and log into the Dart app, users will need to enter a credit card. Your card will not be charged if you purchase "Wayne Rides 4-Hour Passes" for "$0.00". If you do not have a credit card, you can still ride for free by picking up a 31-Day Dart Pass from The W Food Pantry and Wardrobe.

An annual MoGo pass will allow you to take an unlimited number of 60-minute trips for one year. For trips that extend beyond 60 minutes, users pay $0.25 for each additional minute (so, a 60-minute trip is free, but a 70-minute trip would cost you $2.50) until the bike is securely locked in any MoGo station.

For a quick way to begin planning your trips by transit, try the trip planner on maps.google.com or download the Transit app.