Bio Research Shuttle
The Bio Research Shuttle now offers on-demand convenience. The shuttle is a shared service intended only for the transport of passengers with bio-research material.
Riders should request pick-ups via the TapRide mobile app or website:
- Download for Android or for iTunes. Select “Research Shuttle: University of Michigan”. Login with your UMICH username and password to request a ride.
- OR you may request a ride on the TapRide website.
- If you do not have mobile app/computer access, you may call (734) 936-0472.
Riders can watch their vehicle live on the map, receive notifications when it is approaching, and change or cancel their request directly from the app/website.
Service is provided by a University of Michigan van and operates Monday-Friday year round from 8:00 AM to 5:15 PM, with service breaks from 11:15 AM to 11:30 AM, 1:00 PM – 1:30 PM, and 3:00 PM – 3:15 PM.
|BSRB (loading dock)||Loading dock at BSRB off Ann|
|Cancer Center Circle Drive||Cancer Center driveway|
|Cooley Lab inbound||North side of Bonisteel, West of Beal|
|Cooley Lab outbound||South side of Bonisteel, West of Beal|
|CVC driveway||CVC driveway|
|Kellogg Eye Center/Brehm Tower||Kellogg Eye Center, off Wall St.|
|MSRB III lot M69||MSRB I/III|
|NCRC Building 10||NCRC at Building 10|
|NCRC Building 18||NCRC at Building 18|
|NCRC – dock 35||NCRC at Dock 35|
|Taubman||Main entrance of U-M Hospital|
|VA ER side||Emergency Room side of VA Hospital|
|VA Hospital||Main entrance of VA Hospital|
LTP will consider adding new stops based on demand. To discuss a new pick-up location, please contact transit services below.
North-East Patient Shuttle
The North-East Patient Shuttle is an on-demand service intended for patients who previously used the North-East Shuttle. Rides can be shared if there are multiple requests at the same time.
- Service operates Monday – Friday, 8AM – 5PM.
- To request a ride, please dial 734-936-0472.
- Vehicle(s) will be ADA equipped.
Plymouth Road Park-and-Ride
East Medical Campus
Pick-up and drop-off from these locations can also occur in reverse.