November 18, 2013
The new schedule will increase the frequency of service from eight to 12 trips a day on the segment between East Lansing and Ann Arbor, while discontinuing the stop at the University of Michigan Central Campus Transit Center at a savings of about $407,000 in operating costs.
August 14, 2012
The grant enables the service to increase from eight to 12 the number of daily round trips originating in East Lansing.
April 10, 2012
TheRide, Michigan Flyer, the University of Michigan, the Ann Arbor Downtown Development Authority, and the Ann Arbor Convention and Visitors Bureau work together to launch AirRide.
March 7, 2012
The vehicles are equipped with ADA-compliant removable wheelchair lifts and features that ensure passenger safety, including the Prevost Electronic Stability Program, GPS, three-point passenger seatbelts, Prevost Fire Detection and Suppression Systems, and Prevost Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems.
February 21, 2012
The new service, named AirRide, is expected to begin in April and will provide 12 daily round trips from Ann Arbor to Detroit Metro Airport and will be operated by Michigan Flyer on behalf of TheRide.
January 25, 2012
Michigan Flyer’s new fleet of four 2012 Prevost H3-45 coaches is equipped with Selective Catalytic Reduction technology, ADA-compliant wheelchair lifts and electronic stability systems.
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