City of Ann Arbor
City of Milan
City of Saline
City of Ypsilanti
State of Michigan
Ann Arbor Public Schools
Milan Public Schools
Saline Area Schools
Ann Arbor District Library
Milan Public Library
Saline District Library
Ypsilanti District Library
Other Governmental Resources
Washtenaw County Road Commission: County maps, road construction projects, and road hazard reporting.
Washtenaw Area Transportation Study: The Washtenaw Area Transportation Study is a multi-jurisdictional agency responsible for transportation planning in Washtenaw County.
Ann Arbor Transportation Authority: Do you want to avoid looking and paying for parking in downtown Ann Arbor? Try parking for free at Pioneer High School and take an AATA bus. Park free at the lot on Main St., just south of W. Stadium. Pull into the lot at the passenger shelter. The shelter is easy to see, and there is parking nearby.
Three AATA routes serve this route. You can take either route #16 or route #7 to downtown.
The route number and the direction are shown on the front and right side of the bus. You want a bus that says; “To Downtown”. There is a bus every 15 minutes weekdays. The timetable is displayed at the shelter. The trip to downtown takes 6 minutes. Both buses go to the transit center on Fourth Avenue between Liberty and William. The #7 bus continues on Fourth Ave. to Kerrytown. You can ask the driver for the closest stop to your destination.
If you’re uncertain about any part of your trip, ask the driver. They’re happy to help new riders. To return to Pioneer High, you can get on either a #7 or #16 bus. Both buses board passengers in the bus mall in the transit center. A bus on one of these routes goes to Pioneer High every 15 minutes. The #7 buses go straight to Pioneer. #16 buses go to the edge of campus on the way, and it takes 10 minutes to get to Pioneer.
For more information on fares, routes and schedules, go to the AATA website, www.theride.org or call AATA information at 996-0400. Information is also available on other park and ride lots with service to the UM campus and medical center.
Washtenaw County Conservation District: Services to Washtenaw County residents in managing their natural resources.
Resources for Seniors
Housing Bureau for Seniors: Resources to help seniors stay in their home.
Senior Brigade: They provide information for consumer protection, financial matters, health care issues and veterans' services. It also provides links to a wide variety of state and federal programs to help make informed decisions that can benefit you and your family. They feature a calendar of events, free brochures, legal & medical forms, and information to protect you and your family from scams.
Ann Arbor Convention & Visitor's Bureau: A unique blend of hotels, restaurants, and activities in Ann Arbor.
Michigan U-Pick Farms & Farmers' Markets: Family fun on the farm.