Campus Shuttles

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and this year's new Wayne State subsidized DART and MoGo passes, which are free to all enrolled students, as well as full and part-time employees, WSU has suspended the main and medical campus shuttle service.  To request a DART eligibility code or to sign up for an annual MoGo pass click here.

For the fall 2021 semester, the Ilitch School will be offering a limited free shuttle beginning Tuesday, Sept. 7. The shuttle will operate between the Ilitch School building and WSU Parking Structure 1 (Palmer and Cass). One shuttle will operate Monday-Thursday, 8:15 a.m. - 9:45 p.m., with the last pickup from the Ilitch School at 9:30 p.m. A secondary shuttle will operate Monday-Wednesday and supplement the first shuttle during the peak hours of 11 a.m. - 9 p.m., with the last departure from the Ilitch School at 8:45 p.m. The shuttle is expected to operate in approximately 20-minute intervals. There is no shuttle service Friday through Sunday.  For more information regarding parking at the Mike Ilitch School of Business click here.

Please note: Our campus, including the Medical Campus and Mike Ilitch School of Business, is well served by public transportation.

Alternatives for getting to Mike Ilitch from Parking Structure 1

  • The 4-Woodward (DDOT) picks up at Woodward and Palmer (a 4-minute walk from Parking Structure 1) and drops off at Woodward and Temple outside the Mike Ilitch School of Business. On weekdays, the 4-Woodward runs every 10 minutes during peak hours and every 20 minutes at night. Travel time between Parking Structure 1 and the Mike Ilitch School of Business is approximately 15 minutes.
  • The 16-Dexter (DDOT) picks up at Cass and Kirby (a 4-minute walk from Parking Structure 1) and drops off at Cass and Ledyard (a 6-minute walk to the Mike Ilitch School of Business). On weekdays, the 16-Dexter runs every 12 minutes during peak hours and every 30 minutes at night. Travel time between Parking Structure 1 and the Mike Ilitch School of Business is approximately 20 minutes.
  • Wayne State students raced from the Student Center to Mike Ilitch School of Business on the 4-Woodward, QLINE streetcar and MoGo—and MoGo won with a travel time of 10 minutes. Pick up a MoGo bike at Cass and Gilmour Mall and ride to the MoGo station at Temple and Second (a 6-minute walk to the Mike Ilitch School of Business). Click here to view the video.

Alternatives for getting from the Medical to Main Campus and Henry Ford

  • The 4-Woodward (DDOT) picks up at Woodward and W. Canfield (an 8-minute walk from the School of Medicine) and drops off at Woodward and Warren (a 1-minute walk to 5057 Woodward). On weekdays, the 4-Woodward runs every 10 minutes during peak hours and every 20 minutes at night. Travel time between the School of Medicine and 5057 Woodward is approximately 15 minutes.
  • The 80-Villages Direct (DDOT) picks up at Canfield and Brush (a 4-minute walk from the School of Medicine) and drops off at Cass and Warren outside Science Hall and at Grand Boulevard and the Lodge Service Drive (a 3-minute walk to Henry Ford Hospital). The 80-Villages Direct only runs on weekdays with 30-minute headways between buses. Travel time between the School of Medicine and Science Hall ranges from 10-40 minutes depending on how long you have to wait for the bus. Travel time between the School of Medicine and Henry Ford is 20-50 minutes depending on how long you have to wait for the bus. *DDOT has paused 80-Villages service until further notice.
  • MoGo is a great option for traveling between our Main and Medical Campuses and Henry Ford Health System with stations located at John R and E. Canfield (a 5-minute walk from the School of Medicine), at Second and Burroughs (outside One Ford Place) and on Grand Boulevard outside Henry Ford Hospital. MoGo bikes are available on-demand 24-7.

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