Go North

blue bus in front of michigan union

Getting to and from North Campus is easy! University buses run between all four campuses every ten to fifteen minutes. They can only stop at designated bus stops, so look for a blue sign with a yellow bus icon to find a stop.  To find out when the next U-M bus will arrive at your stop, visit  the Magic Bus website to see when the next bus will be arriving at your stop.

Bus routes are subject to change. For holidays, breaks, and detours check the U-M Parking & Transportation Services website.

Commuter Diag to Diag
Operates year-round, Monday-Friday only
Commuter - Northbound Map
Commuter - Southbound Map
Operates Monday-Friday during Fall/Winter terms
Diag to Diag Map
Northwood Northwood Express
Operates year-round
Northwood Map
Operates Monday-Friday during Fall/Winter terms
Northwood Express Map
Bursley-Baits North Campus
Operates Monday-Friday during Fall/Winter terms
Bursley-Baits Map
Operates Monday-Friday, late night plus weekends and holidays
North Campus Map


If the U-M buses can't take you where you want to go, you can access the AATA from North Campus!  Ann Arbor Transportation Authority is Ann Arbor's city bus system. It runs not only within Ann Arbor, but also to several nearby communities. Calling the Personal Route Planner is a very quick and easy way to find out exactly what you need to know to venture out. Ride Guides are also available at the North Campus Information Center on the main floor of the Pierpont Commons and at the Michigan Union. All students ride for free with their Mcards. All AATA buses have bike racks for cyclists at no extra charge.